Teardown of Android/Ztorg (Part 2)

In the part 1 of this blog, we saw that Android/Ztorg.AM!tr silently downloads a remote encrypted APK, then installs it and launches a method named c() in the n.a.c.q class. In this blog post, we’ll investigate what this does. This is the method c() of n.a.c.q: This prints “world,” then waits for 200 Continue Reading

Understanding the Sync Encrypted Folder

For Sync 2.3 we’re releasing a new type of folder: the Encrypted Folder. The Encrypted Folder extends the functionality of the existing standard folder by giving you the ability to have peers that hold data encrypted at rest. An encrypted peer can communicate with both read-only and read-write peers by Continue Reading

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