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The January 2022 Android Security Bulletin describes a total of 35 vulnerabilities addressed across two patch levels, the majority of which have been assessed with the severity level of high. The first part of this month’s Android security update arrives on devices as the 2022-01-01 security patch level, addressing a total of 16 security holes […]

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The most severe of the addressed issues is an information leakage bug in the Media framework “that could lead to remote information disclosure with no additional execution privileges needed,” Google explains. In fact, two information disclosure flaws were addressed in the Media framework component this month (CVE-2021-0967 and CVE-2021-0964), both as part of the 2021-12-01 […]

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The zero-day vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2021-1048 and Google says there is evidence that the flaw has been exploited in limited, targeted attacks. The internet giant described it as a use-after-free bug in the kernel that can be exploited for local privilege escalation. No other information has been provided about the attacks exploiting CVE-2021-1048, but […]

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