Critical vulnerability discovered in Android

5:36 AM Edited by Blony

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During the conference of security experts and hackers, ShmooCon, a critical vulnerability in Google's operating system, Android, which would allow a malicious person to access the credentials stored in your browser to take remote control of the phone. The experts recommended, until the official patch, avoid using your browser or visit sites of great confidence and only from the network by avoiding the T-Mobile WiFi.

Strange about it is that it was confirmed that the patch already existed and was available from February 7 in the Google repositories, but for some unknown reason Google was not distributed to users. There may be other patches waiting for a good time to be published, does not have good press be sending patches weekly, which has been highly critical of Microsoft.

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