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“I wouldn’t say there would be retaliation, but there would be consequences” if Brazil goes against US advice and picks the Chinese firm, Ambassador Todd Chapman told newspaper Globo. Brazil is due to launch a tender next year for the project to develop the next generation of telecommunications technology in Latin America’s most populous country, […]

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The security flaw allows for an attacker within Bluetooth range of an affected device to spoof the Bluetooth address of a previously bonded remote device, thus successfully authenticating without knowing the link key normally used for establishing an encrypted connection. “It is possible for an unauthenticated, adjacent attacker to impersonate a previously paired/bonded device and […]

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Tracked as CVE-2019-11932, the security flaw exists in the open source library named libpl_droidsonroids_gif.so, which is part of the android-gif-drawable package and is used by numerous Android applications when processing GIF files. WhatsApp for Android was one of the impacted applications and Facebook patched it recently with the release of version 2.19.244. However, many other […]

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