[SecurityWeek] Google Patches High-Risk Android Security Flaws

Google this week pushed out a security-themed Android update with fixes for more than 30 security flaws that expose mobile users to a range of malicious hacker attacks.

The latest Android update provides documentation on 33 security bugs, some serious enough to cause privilege escalation or information disclosure compromises.

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