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That would require the connection or receiving app to be compromised, the former an unlikely premise for a modern app using AES, like Google Hangouts or Telegram and I don't believe that rootless apps can manipulate other app content. In short, yes, it is possible, but if you use a modern, secure app (and don't let your ex use your phone), it can only be ...


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Mobile Device Management (MDM) Software is enterprise software that covers the management of applications and device security. MDM software varies in capabilities depending on the operating system (Android, iOS, Windows) you are supporting. Some commercial MDM solutions will include the ability to manage multiple operating systems while others are tailored ...


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Tapping a cell phone is doable, but very difficult, especially for someone who has little tech knowledge, and providers generally do not give the capability to listen in on specific calls either. The bill may show the duration of the call and who the call was made to/from, but generally they wouldn't be able to listen in. Consider each cell phone on the plan ...


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geek_ji, You don't have many options to solve this really. 1. If you remove offline playback, then you can just use HLS with encryption, with the stream hosted in the server. 2. Allowing offline playback, as you said, will need to somehow encrypt/decrypt the video. You could always leave the public key (encryption key) stored locally for encryption, but ...


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A CSRF attack can only happen when cookies (or other authentication mechanisms) are provided by the client automatically. That is, where the client has access to cookies from multiple domains (such as a web browser storing cookies for each site you visit). However, a mobile app containing a web viewer will typically only have the cookies for its own system. ...


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I know existing apps on Android market who can show you the serial number of the official antenna next your home (imsi spy or phone spy detector for example). Normally, you have like one or two or more antenna next your home, these apps register all serial number and name/number ID, of these antenna. Also you can see at what time and what day you have one ...


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XSS is usually an attack against a server. Unless your phone is serving Web pages to external connections this should not be a problem. If your server that is serving the pages to the phone is vulnerable then XSS is identical to a normal website - with the exception it may be harder to trick someone into following a link. Unless your application takes in ...



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