QuadRooter Scanner APK

Version 1.1 - com.checkpoint.quadrooter
Last updated: 2019-09-11 10:32:00
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Download Version 1.1 (16)
Apk Size2.06 MB
App DeveloperCheck Point Software Technologies, Ltd.
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.0.x and up
App Packagecom.checkpoint.quadrooter.apk
MD55138633962b18a6bebf0e9fd625b2857
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QuadRooter Scanner is checkpoint,quadrooter,business,scanner, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 0 by 0 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Check Point Software Technologies, Ltd. website who developed it. com.checkpoint.quadrooter.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.0.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.1 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than QuadRooter Scanner APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 969+ times on store. You can also download com.checkpoint.quadrooter APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

The Check Point QuadRooter Scanner analyzes your Android smartphone or tablet to discover if it’s vulnerable to the newly-discovered QuadRooter vulnerabilities. QuadRooter allows attackers to take complete control of Android devices, potentially exposing your sensitive data to cybercrime. The scanner app is designed to give you clear indications of the threat risk to your device and provides more information about QuadRooter, including which vulnerabilities affect your device and how they work. To learn more about how to keep your device protected, visit http://www.checkpoint.com/quadrooter 

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Reviews From google play store

Sute your self. If you want a hacker to use this on you then ok. Not my prob you dont believe in it. If you dont understand the code then dont come here and criticise on it. Since i know that one day you guys will regret ignoring it when a hacker hijacks the device with malware, i wont stop you from criticising it. Have a "nice" day ;D


No vulnerabilities on the Nexus 9! Oh wait, doesn't feature a Snapdragon. From what I've read, this is a Snapdragon issue, and patches were completed in July, now it's up to device manufacturers and carriers to implement them. My 2015 Moto X dropped two of the vulnerabilities in the past week...


If you have any vulnerabilities, the only fix will come from a patch by your phone manufacturer, and not some third party app. To keep safe in the meantime, disable unverified apps and only download trusted apps from the Google Play store.


Anyone saying this doesn't provide fixes for the problem is right, it doesn't, BUT IT'S NOT SUPPOSED TO! Or even able to or allowed to for that matter. The fixes can only come from your manufacturer and they'll be doing older phones later or not at all. The only sure fire fix if you have an old phone is to get a new phone.


I ran it on first install and it found two vulnerabilities. Shortly after this I got another update and was down to one. Now it is all clear... This app detected the issue but Google updated my phone to fix it. Shows the need for suppliers to roll out security updates.


Most software from Central Point Labs I have used has been first rate. This application fell short of their standards. It originally told me that my Samsung S7 edge had the Qualcomm software fault. Then it told me that I didn't have the fault. The Qualcomm test application continued to tell me my smartphone still had the problem. After the Google September 1 security update both applications told me that my smartphone was okay. So only the Qualcomm application really gives the full correct answer.


It tested my lgg4 and displayed that it is NOT affected by the exploits. Don't know what peeps are complaining about, since it only TESTS your device. You the end user/owner have the responsibility for what goes on your device.


Updated for 2nd time today, now finds no vulns on August patched Nexus 5X where previously it found 1. Link to check 2 CVEs shown opens to relevant article, still not clear what action can be taken until patches available in September.


I think this app is rather accurate. Because with the update of my note 4 from 5.1.1 to two 6.0.1 updates, the vulnerability it detects have become less and less, until the zero vulnerability for the Sep 6.0.1 update I am currently running. Good job, Samsung!


Update: now nexus 4 only has one vulnerability! Original review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 running 6.0.1 says zero vulnerabilities. Google Nexus 4 running 5.1.1 has 3 vulnerabilities. Nook HD+ running 4.0.4 has zero vulnerabilities.


telling me I'm vulnerable or not based on patch date is USELESS - it needs to check for vulnerable CODE... we need hard stats about patch levels to PUBLICLY SHAME carriers & OEMs who drag their feet and/or withhold, outright, on Android security updates... SHAME ON GOOGLE FOR NOT RELEASING SECURITY PATCHES DIRECTLY TO ANDROID USERS, TOO...


One vornability on galaxy tab a. Even with no lte. What is next? I know this app is just a test. Now i am just more stressed.


Good app... Can u help me sort my phone problem? My phone is Micromax A311. Problem no. 1) It sometimes opens a blank white screen in which I can see the status bar only can't scroll it down. When I press home it vanishes. 2) it opens playstore and open the apps which I don't have. I download them and still it pops them... Pls help.


Galaxy S3 Canadian (I747M) is vulnerable to two flaws. Tab A 8.0 is not vulnerable


Wonderful. Shows that my Canadian Samsung Galaxy S3 running Android 7.1 is safe... for now. For the love of gawd please update your firmware/software; if you don't know how then upgrade the hardware by getting a new phone!


Reported two issues on my Nexus 5X running latest Android N beta. No updates to phone software, just a bug fixed release of this app and apparently phone no longer vulnerable!


There are non malicious uses for it that I think the Android community would greatly appreciate.


Easy to use. Knowing that there was an issue means that I know to take extra precautions until the fixes are released.


But at least I know


Without any update of the Nexus 6 I noticed, the app gave two contrary results within a small week.


My phone has update latest Android Security Patch Level December 1, 2016. But on this version still say I infected.


Not vulnerable... Cool! Thanks for the scanner that would tell the real result!


Provide proper check of phone. Better than Qualcomm quadrooter as I checked it. It said that ur phone is affected but it was resolved in my update so the perfect results were given by this app


Tells you if your phone has the vulnerabilities. First time I downloaded this app it found 2. After recent manufacturers update to OS, ran it again now it's gone. Only can get fix from your carrier &/or manufacturer. Otherwise, risk w/rooting 📱 (not recommended & voids warranty). Thanks Devlps!


This app says my phone is clear , Qualcomm app says I have a vulnerability .....clear as mud 🤔 Nexus 6P Android 7


Doesn't scan for all vulnerabilities. Also allow. Use the qualcomm app instead.


I need to know how can i fix those vulnerable??


Did its job. My Moto X Pure was found to be free of quadrooter vulnerabilities.


Always worth checking, so many phones can be infected and only this app can advise you if your device has issues


I have clean exynos s7 edge so suck it everyone .


Una app que simplemente hay que tener como parte de la seguridad informática en nuestros dispositivos.


Instead of removing features, you should combine all the scanner apps.


U putting in the info that you want gackers to hack us is unbserred


Hats off to u guys. Keep it up


Speedy app that lets you know if you're vulnerable or not. Thanks!


Best app to check your device for Quadrooter Vulnerabilities. Eithers it was patched my your vendor or not.


Huawei P9 Lite is not affected by Quadrooter vulnerabilities


Scanning with no cure worth very little.


I ran scan and im affected by two of listed bugs. What now?


I notified Samsung and Tmobile until S7 was clear


Gives attackers control?


I guess it does the job!


Not affected


!!!!! .The biggest SCAM Ever. !!!!!


Not affected 👍


Works as described, 5 stars


it works!


All clear on my gadgets, thanks


Root


Does what it says


Great thanks guys


Safe


Worked


I ran the scan and I have 4 vulnerabilities in my LG optimus. And my phone is up to date. I wonder if I am still protect as I have a paid subscription to Kaspersky's Android anti-malware suite with full protection activated and all privileges allowed to Kaspersky for constant monitoring of my phone and all processe's. Does any expert know if this will protect me from my phone being rooted and hijacked?


This app tells you whether you device is vulnerable, but offers no fixes. What's the point of knowing when there's nothing you can do about it but wait for your manufacturer to patch it? The only solution is to not install malicious apps that exploit these loopholes. Don't bother installing this; just assume your device is vulnerable, check for OS updates frequently, and adopt best practices for protecting yourself.


Did the scan, came back clean - didn't try to sell me anything. Ran it for peace of mind. As someone else has said, this can't fix the problem - Qualcomm have sent the code updates to phone manufacturers and they will need to send out updates to affected models. If you get a vulnerability, best thing to do is contact your phone manufacturers to hurry them up with this patches!


I scanned my phone, with the app, and have 4 vulnerabilities. When you click on each one, it brings up a webpage that tells you which patch needs to be installed for each item. My confusion starts here. I click on the link it gives and it pulls up a page of code. I have no clue where to go from here, seeing as how I don't understand the codes. Could someone please explain what my next step would be?


It's not an attempt to hack your phone, it actually tells you if your phone is vulnerable. The people who give it bad ratings are saying it doesn't give you a way to fix it. That's true, but that's not what the app is for. This app is a SCANNER not a FIXER. And the way I see it, knowing what vulnerability I have helps a lot


*9-8-2016* UPDATE My Nexus applied the 5 Aug 2016 patch last night and now only has one vulnerability left. *8-8-2016* My Nexus 5X has 2 vulnerabilities. Probably the same for most other Nexus 5X users I would guess. Thankfully, the reason I chose Nexus devices is the continual security patching from Google. Hopefully this will get addressed automatically in the next security patch. If not the app links to a page providing a method for manual patching if a vulnerability is found.


This is a nice scare tactic followed up by an advertisement at the end of the scan. They then placed news articles about how your in danger. They answer every 1 star rating with the same drivel. Relax, let the manufacturer solve it. You'll be fine and so will your phone. Scare tactic spamming and they know it.


Motorola Droid Turbo, latest OS Did the scan. Result: "Your device is affected by the following vulnerabilities:" ... and it listed the four known items. End of story. So ... seems the app did exactly what it's supposed to. Will run it again down the road to see if patches have been applied.


The results of the scan didn't say if phone was vulnerable to quadrooter. It listed some vulnerabilities but didn't explain what they were. The checkpoint web site isn't working properly at the moment. Just seems like an attempt to scare people into buying checkpoint products.


Came back with newly reported issues from Qualcomm but no useful options to do anything with that information. Should have an semi-automated follow-up facility to the handset maker or something to project the find to the right people.


The app detected four CVE's which is very useful, but does not specifically confirm or deny if the QuadRouter vulnerabilities are present. Also, the app sends results back to the software author unless you un-tick the pop-up. This app is good for a developer who understands CVE scores but not so useful for the everyday user.


Always better to know if your phone is vulnerable. mine came back saying I was not affected. If yours shows any of them at all. . . You have an issue you can't personally fix.


App finds vulnerability but does not tell you how to fix when surely it should!!!. Scanned my Note 4 (not listed as one of the affected phones), found 3 issues. There was a link to patches but it does nothing only show you a page of code.


Honest app and a must know. My Samsung Galaxy S5 900A at&t has 4 vulnerabilities...CVE-2016-2059,CVE-2016-2504, CVE-2016-2503, AND CVE-2016-5340. I imagine all S5s will have same if a quad core processor S5 and not the Octoset core S5. Now I just need a fix from AT&T in a security patch update.


When it scans your phone it tells everyone you're vulnerable. Then it steers you to its website and tries to sell you Zone Alarm! Waste of time. UninstalledUninstalled.


Not Check Points responsibility to fix your phone. They advised the manufacturers months ago of the vulnerabilities and are now letting you scan your phone for free, to see if the company that made your phone has fixed the issues they were made aware of months ago. Want a fix? Contact the manufacturer.


Installed on my note and came clean. Was directed here by a forum I subscribe to. As a security specialist in the IT field, there are 4 exploits in 900 million android devices. They have been patched but device updates are unknown at this time.


Simple app. After reading about the vulnerabilities on the BBC website I used this app to see if my Nexus 5X was vulnerable. To clarify, this does not mean that the phones with the vulnerabilities are infected with any viruses, it just means there is an opportunity for a hacker to gain access through the vulnerability. Fingers crossed Android will release a patch that will close the vulnerability. In the meantime, avoid downloading APKs from third party sources.


My non-rooted Note 5 running Marshmallow is reported to allow the following exploit via this app: "Linux IPC router binding any port as a control port (CVE-2016-2059)". So there is info on where to go to install a patch, and I know what to do, but my guess is that the average Joe/Jane smartphone user would be less likely to do so on their own. Better advise might be to bring the phone back to the carrier-store where they bought the phone, especially if they are under contract, to have the patch applied.


Scanned my phone and it came back clean, no attempt to sell me anything. All the conspiracy theorists need to get a life.


Clean result on S6. For those complaining of lack of fix.... it's a scanner not a repair tool. If u have vulnerabilities contact the phone manufacturer.


I can see that many people don't understand what this app actually is for. It exists to allow you to check if your device is vulnerable to to the new quadrooter bug that has been found. It is not there to fix the bug as this cannot be fixed by an app. Check Point have handed over their research to Qualcomm who have reportedly created a fix, and passed this on to the device manufacturers. It is then up to them to roll out the patch. Not all devices are affected, which is why this app exists. It also helps Check Point find out which devices are affected and which are not. Works very well, didn't find the vulnerability on my Galaxy S6


It seems my device has 4 vulnerabilities, even though my device is up to date,I think an update is expected within next month. Anyway, if you don't install apps from unknown sources, then you shouldn't have to worry about these vulnerabilities. The settings in all phone are set by default to not allow installation of apps from unknown sources,double check on that.


This app scans for software running on chipsets made by Qualcomm. About 900mil android devices run off the affected chipset. Having this security floor will allow for hackers to gain access to the entirety of your phone over time. Although presently not an issue, it most probably will be in the next few months when an exploit is found. If your device is vulnerable. The best thing to do before your phone manufacturer supplied the patch is to only download trusted apps from the play store.


Does what it says. Scans and reports info. All the haters just assume it's supposed to patch their phone but because it doesn't they just assume further by thinking they're being scammed into buying another app that 'does' such patch.


Using a Samsung Galaxy S4, found 4 vulnerabilities, shows link to info on each, in which they show linked to download patches but no info on how to actually install said patches. Would help to have info on how to fix if within the users ability to do so.


The output is misleading to make you think you are infected. There is no details on how to addressed identified issues


Found three vulnerabilities on my note 4 so now developers will have to issue an update to patch devices. I have been getting pop-ups, re-routing so I am not so sure they haven't... I have quit using my phone for banking and I am waiting on the note 7.


Small app, quick and easy to use. Followed a link from the BBC, so no reason to believe it's a scam. Found 4 issues but unsure what to do now; will anti virus help?


Good little app to inform you if you vulnerabilities. It's NOT a virus/malware scanner as some people might believe (possibly the difference between affected and infected?) If a vulnerability(ies) is/are found, then the name(s) are listed and by touching on the name it opens up a web page in codeaurora, which provides detailed information and possible patch links to plug the hole. If you value your privacy, remember to uncheck the 'send results anonymously' box before running it. Does have ads at the foot of the results page for further (paying) apps, but doesn't everything these days? Doesn't mean you have to click on them peeps!


Good job Checkpoint for creating this free tool. Now I just need Google to produce an update that fixes the 2 vulnerabilities found on my Nexus 5x


It is great that this app will tell you if you have a vulnerability. unfortunately though it does not tell you how to easily fix it. you get directed to some site to install a patch, however the instructions on how to actually install the patch are vague. there should be an easier way to address the vulnerability found.


...in that it's like a mechanic who can tell you your car's knackered but that they can't do anything to help. Not even its own recommended app Zone Alarm can lay claim to even temporarily patching any CVEs. It just says 'it'll try'. And what's with the Identity permission demand?


Even if you have vulnerability, you would need to disable security setting to install apps outside Play store and then ignore warning you are about to install Malware. This app is designed to make sales on the basis of a scare campaign.


Seems to only read the android patch level, not actually check for vulnerability. BlackBerry android devices have been patched, but are still showing as vulnerable. This is not correct and this app is a scare app only. Users can check their vulnerability by checking their patch level. Everyone not using BlackBerry android devices is vulnerable to 4 items before August and 1 before September.


...which is to list any Qualcomm vulnerabilities and provide links to the specific description of issue. It is simply an awareness tool. All the low ratings are from people who misunderstand its purpose.


Says my LG G2 (D802) running Paranoid Android 5.1 (Android 5.1.1) is not affected. only had to grant minimal permissions. Just FYI


Also detected 3.10 ashmem vulnerability on a 3.18 kernel. I'm not sure, but I think it didn't check properly some of the exploits presence.


I know someone's working their butt off to write a malicious app right now😂


Shows 2 vulnerabilities. CVE-2016-2504 and CVE-2016-5340. Great app. Thank you! Edit: looks like the latest update to build MOB30W got rid of the CVE-2016-2504 vulnerability. It only shows CVE-2016-5340 now.


I assume this app is just to drive sales for your security products. Pretty cynical marketing ploy check point. Scare people into buying your products. That will inspire customer loyalty. ...


My s5 mini came up clean. Quick and easy app and no adverts. Maybe if it fails you get adverts to try and help.. I don't know.


I have found out about QuadRooter vulnerability on BetaNews. My device is a Galaxy S1 GT-I900, rooted with a custom ROM called A-ROM on android 4.4.2 with Mackay kernel 3.0.101.


I'm not going to like this app even though it successfully detected Qualcomm's vulnerabilities. It says to install Zone Aarm, then Zone alarm tells you to contact the manufacturer. I did and they told me that there was no report of any Qualcomm BUG, and they have no ability to take a bug report from customer service,so if it's affecting 900 Mil Qualcomm chipsets and it's been in the news for 2 days, then why haven't they heard? Someone owes someone an explanation.


This is a very simple app that does one thing. Why can't it do it clearly? I presume that the messages telling me of vulnerabilities mean that I could be affected. But am I already? Can this app tell me if I have been "infected" with QuadRooter - and if so what would the report screen display?


Could not tell if it ran the scan, or was in midst of scan, or what. Then after I THINK it scanned, it had options indicating to click links but none of them did anything. Utterly frustrating.


This app maybe good to know if your vulnerable or not, but seeing most high end phones use Qualcomm. This is not a very useful app, because it doesn't help with the issue at hand.


Permissions

requires following permissions on your android device.

android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE
android.permission.GET_ACCOUNTS
android.permission.INTERNET
android.permission.WAKE_LOCK
android.hardware.screen.portrait
android.hardware.touchscreen
view network connections
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.

find accounts on the device
Allows the app to get the list of accounts known by the phone. This may include any accounts created by applications you have installed.

full network access
Allows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.

prevent phone from sleeping
Allows the app to prevent the phone from going to sleep.

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