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Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2012 08:42:10 +0000
From: "ZeroDay.JP" <>
Cc: "ZeroDay.JP" <>
Subject: An April Fools' Day Android Payload

Mr. Rosenberg,

I understand the PoC you coded and its affect to APT.
But for the April's fool connection, I just don't get it :-)

Does Google know it yet?


ZeroDay Japan
Hendrik ADRIAN /アドリアン・ヘンドリック

Sent to you by ZeroDay.JP via Google Reader: An April Fools' Day
Android Payload via Full Disclosure on 4/1/12

Posted by Dan Rosenberg on Apr 01
* Android Arbitrary File Removal Payload
* by Dan Rosenberg (@djrbliss)
* Android differentiates between "system" applications and
* applications, where the former are OEM-shipped and installed in
* rather than /data/app (this has nothing to do with the privileges
with which
* these applications run). On boot, the Android package manager does a
* check on system apps to ensure their native...

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