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Critical Chipset Bugs Open Millions of Android Devices to Remote Spying

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Apr
2022
Critical Chipset Bugs Open Millions of Android Devices to Remote Spying

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Three security vulnerabilities have been disclosed in the audio decoders of Qualcomm and MediaTek chips that, if left unresolved, could allow an adversary to remotely gain access to media and audio conversations from affected mobile devices.

According to Israeli cybersecurity company Check Point, the issues could be used as a launchpad to carry out remote code execution (RCE) attacks simply by sending a specially crafted audio file.

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