[HackerNews] 6 Unpatched Flaws Disclosed in Remote Mouse App for Android and iOS

As many as six zero-days have been uncovered in an application called Remote Mouse, allowing a remote attacker to achieve full code execution without any user interaction.
The unpatched flaws, collectively named ‘Mouse Trap,’ were disclosed on Wednesday by security researcher Axel Persinger, who said, “It’s clear that this application is very vulnerable and puts users at risk with bad

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