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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1119 Millions of Xiaomi phones at risk of remotely installed malware
Millions of Xiaomi phones are vulnerable to a flaw that could allow an attacker to remotely install malware.

The vulnerability, now fixed, was found in the analytics package in Xiaomi's custom-built Android-based operating system. Security researchers at IBM, who found the flaw, discovered a number of apps in the package that were vulnerable to a remote code execution flaw through a man-in-the-middle attack -- one of which would allow an attacker to run arbitrary code at the system-level.
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#1119 Millions of Xiaomi phones at risk of remotely installed malware
#1118 IoT medical devices: A prescription for disaster
#1117 Executive's guide to mobile security (free ebook)
#1116 HTTPS is not a magic bullet for Web security
#1115 Time management tips: How to create meetings that work
#1114 The state of mobile device security: Android vs. iOS
#1113 Industrial cybersecurity threat landscape
#1112 How Poland’s intrusive new spying law could bug world leaders at NATO summit
#1111 The Dropping Elephant – aggressive cyber-espionage in the Asian region
#1110 DroidJack uses side-load. It's super effective! Backdoored Pokemon GO Android app found
#1109 CISSP certification: Are multiple choice tests the best way to hire infosec pros?
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