[HackerNews] New Amazon Kindle Bug Could’ve Let Attackers Hijack Your eBook Reader

Amazon earlier this April addressed a critical vulnerability in its Kindle e-book reader platform that could have been potentially exploited to take full control over a user’s device, resulting in the theft of sensitive information by just deploying a malicious e-book.
“By sending Kindle users a single malicious e-book, a threat actor could have stolen any information stored on the device, from

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