1. DroidModderX

    Android Left Vulnerable In November Security Patch

    Last month a bug was exposed in the Linux kernel in Android which left all Android devices vulnerable to the "dirty cow" exploit. This exploit allows for the gaining of root access on all Android devices. Apparently the exploit has been around in Linux for the past 9 years. If the dirty cow vuln...
  2. DroidModderX

    UPDATE: Pork Explosion Android Vulnerability Details

    Yesterday Jcase announced via twitter that he and his team were working closely with Vendors to patch up a huge Android security bug. The whole announcement was a bit sarcastic in its approach mainly to pick fun at media outlets who overhype mostly theoretical security bugs. Today we get a bit...
  3. DroidModderX

    "Most Dangerous Android Vulnerability Ever Seen" Coming Soon!

    Hide your kids hide your wife and hide your husband cause they're exploitin every phone out there! One of the Android community's most powerful security experts has announced an upcoming Android vulnerability dubbed Pork Explosion via twitter earlier this evening. Those tweets may appear...
  4. DroidModderX

    "Rooting Bug" Could Permanently Compromise Your Android Device

    Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, OH MY! This is exactly what I thought of when I read the click bait title. Of course we have another lab created vulnerability that could in theory cripple your Android device. The vulnerability does exist in Millions of Android handsets including some of the Nexus...
  5. DroidModderX

    Sean Beaupre Details The Trustzone Vuln That Unlocked The Droid Turbo.

    TheRootNinja team including Beaups and Jcase decided to give us a tasty treat on Thanksgiving day. They released the first ever Bootloader Unlock method for the Droid Turbo. This will pave the way for all kinds of Roms and mods on that device. One of the main reasons these vulnerabilities are...
  6. DroidModderX

    StageFright 2.0 Bug Leaves More Than 1 Billion Android Phones Vulnerable

    The other day at the Google event the CEO of the company "Sundar Pichai" informed us that more than 1 billion phones using Android. It turns out that nearly all of those devices are vulnerable to a new stagefright bug. Stagefright 1 is the series of bugs that reside in Android's libstagefright...