[SecurityWeek] Google Patches Over 50 Serious Vulnerabilities in Android

Google on Monday announced the availability of new security patches for Android, aimed at addressing more than 50 vulnerabilities in the mobile operating system.

The most severe of the security flaws described in the October 2021 Security Bulletin is an issue in the Android System component that could be exploited to achieve remote code execution.

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