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With increasing reports on the difficulty for attackers to maintain persistence over some mobile devices, I find myself thrilled to for once actually seriously recommending โ€œturning your device off and on againโ€.
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Lorenzo (he/him) ๐ŸคŒ๐Ÿผ Feb 18
Dear not, please go ask for an edit button and leave us alone.
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Henrik Moltke Feb 18
Replying to @botherder
LOOOL
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Danny Dierickx ๐ŸŽ“ Feb 18
Replying to @botherder
Didn't you know yet? This advise always works... Sometimes....
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caroline sinders Feb 18
Replying to @botherder
Haaaaaaaaaa
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Michael Yip Feb 19
Replying to @botherder @tlansec
Works with many desktop malware too. Would recommend unplugging power source rather than soft reboot though
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oneguynick Feb 19
Replying to @botherder
Samsung devices can be set to auto-reboot every day at a specified time.
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; Drop Table User โ–‘๐Ÿฆนโ€โ™‚๏ธโ–‘ Feb 19
It's really hard to program from Android API Level 16 all the way up to Android API Level 29.
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Mario van Woensel Feb 19
Replying to @botherder
Do you know some good articles about this with an explanation about how this works?
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