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KNOXout (CVE-2016-6584) - Bypassing Samsung KNOX

KNOXout (a.k.a CVE-2016-6584) is a CVE consisting of 3 vulnerabilities discovered in Samsung KNOX™. All of them are privilege escalation vulnerabilities and were all disclosed to the vendor. Samsung KNOX™ is an umbrella name used by Samsung for a collection of security features deployed on its Android devices. While some of its modules are user-facing (such as the My KNOX™ app), others perform.
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