MemPoDroid.A is a tool for exploiting the mem_write function in Android Linux kernel, which upon successful exploitation, could grant an attacker a major access to a compromised device.
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This is the Android port of the recently released "MemPoDipper" exploit that affects the non-Android distribution of the Linux kernel.
MemPoDroid.A is an Android Native binary executable that exploits the mem_write function in the Android Linux kernel version 2.6.39 and above.
This version of Android Linux kernel is commonly found on newer releases of Android devices, which runs on the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) version of operating system.
A successful exploitation may result in gaining a major user access on the affected device, granting the attacker the capability to perform any actions on the device.