Belarc Security Advisor

Belarc Security Advisor


*** News: Thousands of Android apps fail to validate SSL certificates ***

US CERT has recently identified about 3,400 Android apps to date that do not properly validate SSL certificates, leaving them open to Man in the Middle (MITM) attacks. Possible outcomes are credential stealing or arbitrary code generation. Use the Belarc Security Advisor to automatically check to see if you have any of these vulnerable apps.
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Move into the 21st century of computer security. Signature based methods such as anti-virus, anti-malware, and anti-spyware offered good enough security in the past, but today many attacks are not stopped by these methods. One reason is because the threats change faster than the anti-virus or malware signatures can be updated. Security experts say that the best way to achieve security is to make sure your installed apps and operating system are not vulnerable to attacks or malicious software.

Belarc's Security Advisor does this by automatically checking your Android tablet or phone for thousands of security vulnerabilities in both the operating system and installed apps, and gives you the result in seconds as to which ones are vulnerable and need to be updated. The Security Advisor also works with all other security apps such as anti-virus and anti-malware apps.

For more information see http://m.belarc.com/sa.html

Recent changes:
Added latest security vulnerabilities.

Minor bug fixes.
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*** News: Thousands of Android apps fail to validate SSL certificates ***

US CERT has recently identified about 3,400 Android apps to date that do not properly validate SSL certificates, leaving them open to Man in the Middle (MITM) attacks. Possible outcomes are credential stealing or arbitrary code generation. Use the Belarc Security Advisor to automatically check to see if you have any of these vulnerable apps.
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Move into the 21st century of computer security. Signature based methods such as anti-virus, anti-malware, and anti-spyware offered good enough security in the past, but today many attacks are not stopped by these methods. One reason is because the threats change faster than the anti-virus or malware signatures can be updated. Security experts say that the best way to achieve security is to make sure your installed apps and operating system are not vulnerable to attacks or malicious software.

Belarc's Security Advisor does this by automatically checking your Android tablet or phone for thousands of security vulnerabilities in both the operating system and installed apps, and gives you the result in seconds as to which ones are vulnerable and need to be updated. The Security Advisor also works with all other security apps such as anti-virus and anti-malware apps.

For more information see http://m.belarc.com/sa.html

Recent changes:
Added latest security vulnerabilities.

Minor bug fixes.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 14, 2015
Belarc Best in the business.
A Google User
Apr 28, 2015
It doesn't find SettingsPendingintent vuln?
A Google User
Apr 26, 2015
Good app This brand of utility is used by the military on their massive networks. Its easy to apply and i feel more secure using this branded utility on my smartphone. In fact i have installed the Windows version on my pc and followed its advice in what to update to increase its security. Whats not to like!
A Google User
Apr 20, 2015
Now what? Now that it told me the vulnerabilities, what to do to remedy the situation? I can't uninstall the os! At the mercy of the manufacturers. That's as bad as being at the mercy of MS for Windows Updates. Making me rethink the wisdom of using Android devices. Or maybe I should say the lack of wisdom.
A Google User
Apr 13, 2015
Belarc is the bomb I have worked with Belarc apps for quite some time. This app is great! Tells me all i need to know abouf security issues on my phone
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