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Zero-click vulnerability found in Samsung mobile phones

A zero-click vulnerability in Samsung mobile phones if exploited could allow a malicious actor to gain access to all the permissions and privileges associated with Samsung Messenger with no interaction by the user. The problem only exists within Samsung phones running Android version 4.4.4 or later. This version was first offered in late 2014 but…
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Patched WhatsApp vulnerability still impacting thousands of apps

A vulnerability in the WhatsApp for Android that was found, disclosed and patched can still affect thousands of additional apps that have not been patched. CVE-2019-11932 allows attackers to use a maliciously coded GIF files to remotely execute code was made public on Oct. 2, 2019 and then patched in WhatsApp version 2.19.244 takes advantage…
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Google reveals actors behind Triada trojan

An analysis by Google Security on the Triada malware family found a vendor going by the name of either Yehuo or Blazefire was most likely responsible for malware that came preinstalled on some Android phones. Google’s research revealed Triada was most likely implanted on a device during the manufacturing process when the vendor opted to…
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Android ES File Explorer open port vulnerability divulged

A French cybersecurity researcher is reporting that Android ES File Explorer app can allow others on your local network to remotely access a file on your phone. The app, which has more than 100 million Android installs and is designed to allow for the management of all varieties of file types, has a major open…
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New and old Windows vulnerabilities top Alienvault list

Adobe’s Flash Player may gain a lot of negative headlines, but when it comes to the most frequented targeted software Microsoft Office and Windows beat out the much maligned Adobe software. A new report from Alienvault, the first in a series of three, based on numbers from the company’s Open Threat Exchange (OTX) platform found…
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Google patches 7 flaws in Dnsmasq

Google reported it has discovered and issued patches fo seven vulnerabilities in the DNS software package Dnsmasq, several of which could lead to remote code execution or leave the device open to a denial of service attack if exploited.
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Blackberry patch fixes QuadRooter vulnerability

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.
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