Version: 2.0 (2)
Package: com.zimperium.stagefrightdetector
3,042 downloads
1.08 MB (1,133,307 bytes)
Min: Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread MR1, API 10)
Target: Android 5.0 (Lollipop, API 21)
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Uploaded August 7, 2015 at 6:16PM UTC by Vusi
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Stagefright Detector App for Android Devices


Stagefright is a critical Android vulnerability. It allows hackers to get system or media privileges of your device when your device is processing an MMS, without need of any end-user action. To make matters worse, MMS can delete itself before you open it. With such potential, Stagefright can wreck havoc on carriers and enterprises using Android devices for business.

Zimperium zLabs expert and VP of Platform Research and Exploitation, Joshua Drake (@jduck) discovered this vulnerability and also provided patches to Google to secure Android. We also provided these patches to carriers and vendors through Zimperium Handset Alliance. While the patches have been applied, it may be years until they reach all devices.

In order to test if your device is vulnerable, Zimperium built the ‘Stagefright Scanner’ app. This app will tell you two major things:

- whether your device is vulnerable

- whether you need to update your mobile Operating System

Stay protected

This release does not have a Play Store Description, so we grabbed one from version 5.4:

Stagefright Detector App for Android Devices

Zimperium zLabs expert and VP of Platform Research and Exploitation, Joshua Drake (@jduck) discovered multiple critical vulnerabilities in Stagefright library and provided patches to Google to secure Android. We provided these patches to carriers and vendors through Zimperium Handset Alliance (ZHA). While the patches have been applied, it may be years until they reach all devices.

Zimperium zLabs created a Detector app to validate that you are running a version that is not vulnerable to the discovered Stagefright vulnerabilities. Some phone vendors have released partial patches to the vulnerabilities disclosed and this app can help you to understand if your device is vulnerable or not.

Stagefright is a critical Android vulnerability. It allows hackers to get 'media' or 'system' privileges on your device after processing an incoming MMS message, by surfing the web any one of the 11 potential attack vectors. In many cases, the attack do not require any end-user action. To make matters worse, the attacker can delete the MMS before you open it.

In order to test if your device is vulnerable, we built the ‘Stagefright Detector’ app.

This app will tell you three major things:
- whether your device is vulnerable
- which CVEs your device is vulnerable to
- whether you need to update your mobile operating system

Stay protected: ZIMPERIUM Mobile Threat Protection enterprise customers, vendors and carriers are protected from the Stagefright vulnerability without requiring any special update.

This application anonymously collect the results of the test and shares it with device vendors and carriers through ZHA. We do not collect any personal information.
Carriers and Device Vendors that are interested to join Zimperium Handset Alliance and increase the security of its user base - join here: groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/zimperium-handset-alliances

About Zimperium:
Zimperium is a pioneer in advanced mobile threat protection, delivering enterprise-grade solutions for Android and iOS devices. Our solutions use patented machine-learning technology to detect host and network-based threats in real-time. Founded in 2010, Zimperium is backed by Samsung, Telstra and Sierra Ventures, and has enterprise customers across all major verticals worldwide.
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Comments
  • Total Faith

    Samsung Galaxy S6 newest (Android 5.1.1) DBT is vulnerable.

  • Kwetsima Maluleke

    Stay protected. Always use a condom.

  • Kwetsima Maluleke

    Galaxy Note 4 (N910C) running 5.0.1 (BOF1) is safe.