[HackerNews] New Qualcomm Chip Bug Could Let Hackers Spy On Android Devices

Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed a new security vulnerability in Qualcomm’s mobile station modems (MSM) that could potentially allow an attacker to leverage the underlying Android operating system to slip malicious code into mobile phones, undetected.
“If exploited, the vulnerability would have allowed an attacker to use Android OS itself as an entry point to inject malicious and

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