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Android battles to fix the holes where the rain gets in

10
Oct
2016
Android battles to fix the holes where the rain gets in

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Google’s security mavens have been hard at work this month, patching an impressive 78 Android flaws in the firm’s latest update. All-told, seven issues are rated ‘critical’, including a hat-trick of kernel-level holes, a privilege flaw in the MediaTek video driver and three biggies affecting Qualcomm silicon.

Qualcomm turns out to be a bit of a theme with 31 vulnerabilities (identified by CVE numbers) mentioning the chip maker by name.

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