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# Tell us about your [http://jon.oberheide.org/files/bsides11-dontrootrobots.pdf Do Not Root Robots research] and the dangers of "jailbreaking".
 
# Tell us about your [http://jon.oberheide.org/files/bsides11-dontrootrobots.pdf Do Not Root Robots research] and the dangers of "jailbreaking".
 
# How do the Android Market Interactions work?
 
# How do the Android Market Interactions work?
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# What are the problems with the web version of the Android Market distribution model?
 
# Can we trust the Android permissions model?  Can the permissions be circumvented by an app?
 
# Can we trust the Android permissions model?  Can the permissions be circumvented by an app?
 
# What did your Rootstrap application do?
 
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# How is Android different than iOS in terms of your research?
 
# How is Android different than iOS in terms of your research?
 
# What do you think of Charlie Miller's recent research that caused his being booted out of the Apple Developer's program?
 
# What do you think of Charlie Miller's recent research that caused his being booted out of the Apple Developer's program?
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# What [http://jon.oberheide.org/advisories/ other research] are you looking into at the moment?
  
 
= Paul's Stories =
 
= Paul's Stories =

Revision as of 05:42, 1 February 2012


Announcements & Shameless Plugs

PaulDotCom Security Weekly - Episode 275 for Thursday February 2nd, 2012.

  • John Strand will be teaching Offensive Countermeasures at SANS Orlando March 23-24th: Check it out here
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Interview: Joe Stewart

Guest Tech Segment: Jon Oberheide

  1. Tell us about your Do Not Root Robots research and the dangers of "jailbreaking".
  2. How do the Android Market Interactions work?
  3. What are the problems with the web version of the Android Market distribution model?
  4. Can we trust the Android permissions model? Can the permissions be circumvented by an app?
  5. What did your Rootstrap application do?
  6. What about post-rooting self protection? Can an app keep itself persistent?
  7. How is Android different than iOS in terms of your research?
  8. What do you think of Charlie Miller's recent research that caused his being booted out of the Apple Developer's program?
  9. What other research are you looking into at the moment?

Paul's Stories

Larry's Stories

Jack's Stories