An estimated 80 percent of Android smartphones and tablets running Android 4.4 KitKat and higher are vulnerable to a recently disclosed Linux kernel flaw that allows hackers to terminate connections, spy on unencrypted traffic or inject malware into the parties’ communications.
Even the latest Android Nougat Preview is considered to be vulnerable.
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The security flaw was first
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How to Hack an Android device?
It is possibly one of the most frequently asked questions on the Internet.
Although it’s not pretty simple to hack Android devices and gadgets, sometimes you just get lucky to find a backdoor access.
Thanks to Allwinner, a Chinese ARM system-on-a-chip maker, which has recently been caught shipping a version of Linux Kernel with an incredibly simple and
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What if your phone starts making calls, sending text messages and browsing Internet itself without even asking you?
No imaginations, because hackers can make this possible using your phone’s personal assistant Siri or Google Now.
Security researchers have discovered a new hack that could allow hackers to make calls, send texts, browser a malware site, and do many more activities using
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Google reportedly fixed the latest round of Stagefright vulnerabilities in Android, pushing its latest over-the-air (OTA) update to Nexus devices.
Last week, researchers warned of Stagefright 2.0 vulnerability that affected more than one Billion Android devices dating back to the latest versions of the Android operating system.
The Stagefright bugs allowed hackers to take control of
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Attention Android users!
More than 1 Billion Android devices are vulnerable to hackers once again – Thanks to newly disclosed two new Android Stagefright vulnerabilities.
Yes, Android Stagefright bug is Back…
…and this time, the flaw allows an attacker to hack Android smartphones just by tricking users into visiting a website that contains a malicious multimedia file, either MP3 or
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As digging deeper and deeper into the huge Hacking Team data dump, security researchers are finding more and more source code, including an advanced Android Hacking Tool.
Yes, this time researchers have found a source code to a new piece of weaponized android malware that had the capability to infect millions of Android devices even when users are running latest versions of the android
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