Archive for the ‘Android Vulnerability’ Category
Google has released its latest monthly security update for Android devices, including a serious bug in some Broadcom Wi-Fi chipsets that affects millions of Android devices, as well as some iPhone models.
Dubbed BroadPwn, the critical remote code execution vulnerability resides in Broadcom’s BCM43xx family of WiFi chipsets, which can be triggered remotely without user interaction, allows a
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
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
This time Everything is Affected!
Yet another potentially dangerous vulnerability has reportedly been disclosed in the Google’s mobile operating system platform – Android.
Android has been hit by a number of security flaws this month, including:
Stagefright vulnerability that affects 950 Million Android devices worldwide
A critical mediaserver vulnerability that threatened to crash
Two weeks ago, we reported about a critical mediaserver vulnerability that threatened to crash more than 55 percent of Android devices, making them unresponsive and practically unusable to perform most essential tasks.
Now, security researchers at Trend Micro have uncovered another flaw in the Android’s mediaserver component that could be remotely exploited to install malware onto a target
Bad week for Android. Just days after a critical Stagefright vulnerability was revealed in the widely popular mobile platform, another new vulnerability threatens to make most Android devices unresponsive and practically unusable to essential tasks.
Security researchers at Trend Micro have developed an attack technique that could ultimately crash more than 55 percent of Android phones,
Amazon patched three vulnerabilities in its Fire Phone, two of which allow for silent certificate installations.
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