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ARMageddon: How Your Smartphone CPU Breaks Software-Level Security and Privacy

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Published on Dec 1, 2016

In the last years, mobile devices and smartphones have become the most important personal computing platform. Besides phone calls and managing the personal address book, they are also used to approve bank transfers and digitally sign official documents, thus storing very sensitive secrets. Their exposure or misappropriation would not only be a fatal infringement of privacy, but could also lead to disastrous consequences in terms of financial security and identity theft. So what if it is possible to silently monitor and track what the user is doing on his smartphone or recovering encryption keys without any permissions or privileges?

Read More: https://www.blackhat.com/eu-16/briefi...

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