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Hi guys, after the discovery of the Stagefright bug, the researcher of Zimperium have post a python script for the specific module CVE 1538. I've download it and i've try to execute this on my Android phone with Lollipop 5.0. Before this, i've downloaded the apk of zimperium to test if my phone is vulnerable. The app show me, in green, the module CVE-1538 e other... After this, on my linux pc with python 2.7.x, i've renamed the script in mp4.py for resolve an error of import. After this i've tried to generate the file.mp4 with this command: $python2 mp4.py -c [LAN IP] -p 4444 The s
hello everyone, i was wonder about support regard security issues/exploits. so like most of you guys i also carry a "smartphone" (android in this case). what do you guys think the support on a "smartphone" should be? 2 years, 3 year, 5 years? and should it receive security updates even a year after the mentioned years? also i own a HTC One M7 (android) should in this case HTC (and or any other brand) make a security update for a phone regarding the fact that it is 3 years old because of the stagefright exploit? Thank in advance and sorry if the reading is wonky
Hi, I have a great interest in computer security and research exploits and pen-testing techniques as a hobby. Recently I started looking into mobile devices. Android in specific because of the stagefright exploit that was recently released but I'm not an expert so I'm having trouble trying to use it. I usually use metasploit for my testing but not sure how to use the stagefright exploit with it. All I've been able to do so far is create an apk file with an android meterpreter payload and set up a multi handler listener in a vps so I can catch the connections. It works on some phones if it does