Android „Fake ID“ Vulnerability Allows Malware to Impersonate Trusted Apps | The Hacker News

 

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Researchers at BlueBox security, who identified the vulnerability, dubbed the flaw as Fake ID, which affects all versions of Android operating system from 2.1 (released in 2010) up to Android 4.4, also known as KitKat.

 

ALL VERSIONS ARE VULNERABLE UPTO KITKAT

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s.a.: Android Fake ID Vulnerability Lets Malware Impersonate Trusted Applications, Puts All Android Users Since January 2010 At Risk – Bluebox Security.

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