“Stagefright” is one of the worst Android vulnerabilities to date.
So listen: Can I have your number?
Can I have it? Can I? Have it?
Um…maybe not. Actually, you should think twice before giving away your cell phone number—especially if you happen to own a phone that runs on Google’s Android operating system.
That’s the only thing a hacker needs to compromise a handset.
A mobile security researcher has uncovered a flaw that leaves as many as 95% of Android devices—that’s 950 million gadgets—exposed to attack. The computer bug, nicknamed “Stagefright” after a vulnerable media library in the operating system’s open source code, may be one of the worst Android security holes discovered to date. It affects Android versions 2.2 and on.
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