Android phones vulnerable leak

Android phones vulnerable leak

Tech August 9, 2016 09:36

- Security experts have found a leak in chips used in more than 900 million Android phones. Hackers would therefore easy to access user data, camera and microphone, reports The Financial Times.

It involves chips from the American manufacturer Qualcomm, currently used in 80 percent of Android devices. It involves all the popular brands like Samsung, HTC and Sony. Although there are no reports of any victims of cyber criminals keep researchers from Check Point note that that can still happen in the coming months.

Android users are advised to only download apps from the Google Play Store. The leak is probably solved with a new security.
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