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Google has patched a vulnerability in its Android OS that could allow attackers to completely take over someone’s device to install programs, steal or change data, or create new accounts with full privileges. The flaw (CVE-2020-0103) was one of 39 vulnerabilities affecting Android OS builds that use older security profiles and are spread throughout various […]

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A sophisticated, ongoing espionage campaign aimed at Android users in Asia is likely the work of the OceanLotus advanced persistent threat (APT) actor, researchers said this week. Dubbed PhantomLance by Kaspersky, the campaign is centered around a complex spyware that’s distributed via dozens of apps within the Google Play official market, as well as other […]

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Researchers are reporting two Apple iOS zero-day security vulnerabilities affecting its Mail app on iPhones and iPads. Impacted are iOS 6 and iOS 13.4.1. Apple patched both vulnerabilities in iOS 13.4.5 beta, released last week. A final release of iOS 13.4.5 is expected soon. Both vulnerabilities are are believed to have been actively exploited by […]

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