Android security flaw: More than 1billion phones could be hacked with single Massage

Android security flaw: More than 1billion phones could be hacked with single Massage
Android security flaw: More than 1billion phones could be hacked with single Massage

Google has revealed that some phones running the Android operating system have a serious penalty in 2017.  Google's own Pixel 1, Pixel 2, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Wavey P20 series are all facing this problem.  The company said the patch will be remedied.
 The list of phones in trouble is long.  Samsung's Galaxy S7, S8 and Moto Z3, as well as some models from Shoomi and Oppo, are facing this problem.  The problem is that the models running on Android 8 and later OS.
One of the definitions of the new variant is the kernel privilege escalation bug.
 This is something that a hacker can get into on a phone, and it can disrupt the functions of the phone.  These phones can be controlled remotely.
    Here are some other models that were found to be problematic:
Android security flaw: More than 1billion phones could be hacked; Here affected Phones
  1.  Xiaomi Redmi 5A
  2.  Xiaomi Redmi Note 5
  3.  Xiaomi A1
  4.  Oppo A3
  5.  Moto Z3
  6.  Oreo LG phones

 It is said that the information on the matter was so serious before it was resolved.  If attackers can access a different phone, they can do anything.  While this is a serious matter, Google's Project Zero team has learned that only installing another piece of software can take full control.  The company's Threat Analysis Group found the problem. Google's patch to fix all of this will soon arrive.

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