We here at Senrio, didn’t reverse engineer any of the firmware, so I can’t say for sure whether the ADUPS software is sending private information to it’s servers. But, we wanted to show you how you can leverage Senrio Insight to determine if any of the phones in question connected to your network, and if it was communicating to one of the published domains listed in the Kryptowire report.
You can ask Senrio questions, and it will give you answers. You can ask it: "Are there any jailbroken phones on my network?" and in seconds, you'll know!
The first step is to see what android devices you have on you network. With Senrio, this is easy. Senrio is a "Device Intelligence" platform that you can ask questions. You can ask it if there are any Android phones on your network or even if there are any Jailbroken phones on your network.... For our case, we can simply log in and search for “Android” to view our identification and behavior tags to see all Android devices
The first thing we do is select the phone and look at the device details. One of the best features in the device details is the “Flow” view. This provides a net-flow like view of all the connections both inbound and outbound for the selected device.
So how can YOU answer questions about devices on your network? Is it this easy? If not, reach out to learn how we can help.