Google just released patches for the Android Operating System addressing 43 vulnerabilities, three of which are actively exploited zero-day vulnerabilities. The updates are available for Android 10, 11, 12, 12L and 13.
Google notifies Android partners of all issues at least a month before publication. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always mean the patches are immediately available for all devices from all vendors.
Update all Android devices as soon as possible.
Zero-day- A software security flaw that is unknown to the software vendor and for which there is no patch or fix available. Attackers can exploit zero-day vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access to systems or data, and to carry out other malicious activities.
Source: Google, Malwarebytes Labs, Hacker News
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