Patching hell ... Problem #1 - if you got a smartphone, then probably you have somewhat upgraded your base software, if not, you're still using what came with it Problem #2 - difficult to patch (OTA is neat, but not used by many) Problem #3 - no enterprise patch; IT people say it's a carrier / user problem and not their own
Windows Mobile - digital application signing - limited access to the filesystem - permission requests - device encryption (enterprise) - pin protection (enterprise) - profiles (enterprise) - no granular permission
iPhone - OSX Security Model - Appstore - No enterprise security provisioning
Android / Symbian - Sandbox - Tight control on application permissions - Digital signature - No enterprise security provisioning
Security Community - TSTF.net - Mseclab - Tam Hanna - GSM Association Security Group
Password Security - Try to put a real hard password on your phone - Normally it's only 4 digit numbers - Normally if used; it's simple cause it's real hard to input something on the phone - Try K#$"%'º`^!"231Gj - Two factor authentication (?)
GSM Cracked - A51 Rainbowtable cracking software (reflextor.com/trac/a51) - GSM interception software (airprobe.org) - Software defined radio (gnuradio.org) - Cheap radion software (ettus.com/products)
2010 - UTMS cracked (on paper) - Sandwich attack - MMS Remote Exploit - iPhone SMS Remote Exploit - Bluetooth Spamming and Attacks (bluesnarfing, bluebug, bluebugging) -$18 bluetooth sniffer - Bluetooth audio flow to headset interception - Over the air wire tapping - ... and what about flash ? :)
Look at the screen - what are you running ? - what is it doing ? - are you using network access ? why ? - do you know that it's doing to the filesystem ? to the memory ? to your data ? - where is your data ? - is it using secure protocols ? - where's the backup ?
Future (risks?) - Spyware disguised as apps (cydia iphone appstore) - Virus/Worm/Botnet - iphone; vodafone memory card spyware bug on android phones - Tinyurl problems (?) - Social phishing from fake call centers
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