Strandhogg 2.0: Android bug that can trick user and steal data

A new Android bug has recently been discovered by a Norwegian infosec firm known by the name Promon. They named the bug as Strandhogg 2.0. An ‘evil twin’ of Strandhogg but unlike it’s predecessor, it is way more dangerous. Malicious application leveraging this vulnerability is very hard to detect. And this android bug can allow …

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Bluetooth Bug: Leaves Multiple Vendors Vulnerable

The BIAS bug allows attacks on these providers: Cypress, Qualcomm, Apple, Intel, Samsung and CSR. Official Article As we are aware that Bluetooth is the most common means of wireless technology used in our daily life. From transferring files to transferring bits of other information such as audio / video. We are very much dependent …

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