Get the latest 3CX Android App with Car/Bluetooth support

Be sure to get the updated 3CX Android app available on the Google Play app store, featuring important stability and usability improvements. Added to the mix, are some pre-release features like the “Car/Bluetooth support” option for improved Bluetooth headset support. Better Android Integration Keeping the app’s code base stable, modern Continue Reading

Get the latest 3CX Android VoIP App with CallKit integration

The latest 3CX App for Android Beta has arrived and it’s jam-packed full of fixes, improvements and new features. Included is the well known CallKit that finally enables the app to take advantage of bluetooth headsets and integration with bluetooth accessories in general. Bluetooth Integration With CallKit Thanks to the Continue Reading

A Look Into The New Strain Of BankBot

BankBot is a family of Trojan malware targeting Android devices that surfaced in the second half of 2016. The main goal of this malware is to steal banking credentials from the victim’s device. It usually impersonates flash player updaters, android system tools, or other legitimate applications. Once installed, it hides Continue Reading

Update for the 3CX Client for Android: Available in BETA

A new BETA update of the 3CX client for Android is available for download and it includes some features to enhance the user experience for our Android users. Such features include the ability to long press on your profile picture and change your status as well as  improved dial pad Continue Reading

Analyzing Android malware using a FortiSandbox

In this blog post we will analyze a couple of Android malware samples in the Android VM of the FortiSandbox. We’ll also share a few interesting and useful tricks. Running a sample in the VM To run a given sample in the Android VM, you should log into the FortiSandbox, make sure Continue Reading

Opening the Welcome Email Attachment on the 3CX Client for Android

Some of our Android users are experiencing issues when provisioning the 3CX Client on their Android devices –  Welcome email attachment does not open – and therefore the client cannot be provision. With no way to create accounts manually this can become a blocking problem. Well the explanation (and solution) is very Continue Reading

Spring Parade for Refreshed Android Marcher

  Android malware continues to grow exponentially now that it has overtaken the top position as the most popular OS (across all platforms), making it the target of choice for malware authors. Android Marcher is an Android banker malware that has been on the FortiGuard Labs radar since late 2013. Since Continue Reading

Teardown of a Recent Variant of Android/Ztorg (Part 1)

Ztorg, also known as Qysly, is one of those big families of Android malware. It first appeared in April 2015, and now has over 25 variants, some of which are still active in 2017. Yet, there aren’t many technical descriptions for it – except for the initial Ztorg.A sample – so I decided Continue Reading

Deep Analysis of Android Rootnik Malware Using Advanced Anti-Debug and Anti-Hook, Part I: Debugging in The Scope of Native Layer

Recently, we found a new Android rootnik malware which uses open-sourced Android root exploit tools and the MTK root scheme from the dashi root tool to gain root access on an Android device. The malware disguises itself as a file helper app and then uses very advanced anti-debug and anti-hook Continue Reading

Android Malware Masquerades as Banking App, Part II

New variants of android banking malware target even more German banks, popular social media apps, and more Summary In my previous blog I provided a detailed analysis of a new android banking malware that spoofed the mobile applications of several large German banks to trick users into revealing their banking Continue Reading

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