900 million Android smartphones at risk of data theft due to a bug

Israel based software and hardware firm Check Point has uncovered bugs in the software running on Qualcomm made chipsets, which can be found in more than 900 million Android phones. These bugs can be exploited to gain access to data on the device. Android users should download apps from official Google Play Store only.

Israel based software and hardware firm Check Point has uncovered bugs in the software running on Qualcomm made chipsets, which can be found in more than 900 million Android phones.

These bugs can be exploited to gain access to data on the device. Android users should download apps from official Google Play Store only.

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