A security researcher looks to have discovered an Achilles heel in the way millions of Android phones execute encryption, leaving these mobile devices potentially vulnerable to advanced hacking techniques.
Blackberry is pushing out a patch today that will make users of its PRIV and DTEK50 smartphone safe from QuadRooter, a vulnerability potentially impacting the 900 million devices in use powered by a Qualcomm processor.
Google released its June update, patching eight critical-severity vulnerabilities and 28 high-severity vulnerabilities that affect its Nexus devices and devices manufactured by partners of Google's Android Open Source Project.
Google releases Android security bulletin, providing updates for 89 critical and high severity vulnerabilities affecting software and hardware components including Mediaserver, OpenSSL, BoringSSL, Bluetooth, Qualcomm, and numerous drivers.
A Trend Micro report calls into question the ability to properly secure the huge number of Internet of Things devices due to human negligence along with hardware issues like a recently found flaw in Qualcomm's Snapdragon mobile processor.