Government issues warning to Android users regarding THIS vulnerability: Learn how to stay safe.

CERT-In, the government agency overseeing vulnerabilities, has issued a “high severity” warning for Android versions, including the latest, Android 14. Several vulnerabilities within the operating system can be exploited by attackers to access sensitive data, execute arbitrary code, gain elevated privileges, or induce denial of service. The identified vulnerabilities span Android 11 to Android 14, affecting components like Framework, System, Google Play updates, Arm, Imagination Technologies, MediaTek, Misc OEM, Unisoc, Qualcomm, and Qualcomm closed-source components.

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CERT-In urges users to apply the latest security patches promptly, listing numerous vulnerabilities (e.g., CVE-2023-40077) and emphasizing the serious risks they pose. Timely patching is crucial to mitigate potential exploitation threats.

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