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Android Camera Flaw Discovered That Lets Attackers Record Videos, Take Phot ...‎

An Android camera flaw has been discovered by security researchers at Checkmarx that provides apps with the ability to record videos, take pictures, and GPS data -- all without gaining any explicit user permissions. Google and Samsung have fixed the vulnerability on their devices.

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טלנירי

חברת הסייבר הישראלית צ'קמרקס (Checkmarx) חושפת פרצת אבטחה חמורה באפליקציית ...‎

בגוגל וסמסונג סיווגו את הפרצה כחמורה בדרגה גבוהה ובעקבות פניית צ'קמרקס, הוציאו תיקון לפרצה

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xda-developers

Samsung opens a One UI 2.0 (Android 10) beta for the Galaxy Note 9 in Korea‎

Samsung kicked off the One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy S10 series early last month. Shortly thereafter, the program was extended to the Galaxy Note 10 series in Korea. While the stable version of the update is yet to land on any of these devices, the company has now added another device to T ...

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IGN Israel

Football Manager 2020 - טריילר הכרזה‎

קבלו הצצה ראשונה לכותר החדש בסדרת Football Manager.

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The Next Web

Bug in Google Camera put Android users at risk of being secretly recorded‎

Not one to let Facebook get ahead, Google has disclosed a vulnerability in Android which made it possible for hackers to hijack your camera, and secretly capture photos and record footage — even when the phone is locked or the screen is off. The bug, discovered by researchers from Checkmarx, stemmed ...

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Gadgets360

Mi TV 4A 32-Inch, 43-Inch Models Start Receiving Android TV 9.0 Update in I ...‎

Xiaomi has begun the rollout of the Android TV 9 update for the Mi TV 4A 32-inch and 43-inch models in India. A brief changelog shared by Xiaomi with Gadgets 360 mentions that Chromecast support allows users to stream content on their Mi TV.

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Android Police

Google wants Android to use regular Linux kernel, potentially improving upd ...‎

Android is built on top of the Linux kernel, but it has always used a heavily-modified version with changes from OEMs, chip manufacturers like Qualcomm and MediaTek, and Google. There have been efforts over the years to close the gap between the two kernels, but now Google is getting more serious ab ...

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