Major Qualcomm chip security flaws expose 900M Android users
John Palmer reader comments 20 Share this story Four major security holes in the Qualcomm chips which power modern Android devices have left as many as 900 million users vulnerable to a range of attacks. According to Israel-based security firm Checkpoint, the flaws—dubbed "Quadrooter"—found in the firmware which governs the chips, could allow potential...
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