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  1. MoodyBlues

    Will this make you dump Chrome?

    There's a huge vulnerability in Chromium-based browsers--which include not just the obvious Chrome, but Opera, Edge, and most other browsers: Google Just Gave Millions Of Users A Reason To Quit Chrome Mozilla, the folks behind my default [computer] browser, SeaMonkey, provides a safe...
  2. Android News

    New Bluetooth vulnerability exposes millions of devices

    A new Bluetooth vulnerability has been discovered that lets any hijacker within range of a device with Bluetooth on inject malicious code. The method doesn't require any action on the victim's part other than having Bluetooth on and being in range. The hole has been fixed as of the September...
  3. Android News

    A bootloader vulnerability in the OnePlus 3 and 3T allows manipulation of the security module

    A new vulnerability has been found within the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T which allows the SELinux to be toggled into permissive mode. This opens up the possibility of someone being able to remotely control your device.
  4. Android News

    Android Devices are Vulnerable to New LTE Security Flaw

    AT&T and Verizon's implementations of LTE are said to be vulnerable to "to several issues" that could result in eavesdropping, data spoofing, and over-billing for potentially millions of phones. Android devices on these networks are at most risk because the software "does not have appropriate...