Google has already patched Android’s fatal Linux bug

By | 22nd January 2016

Google has a fix for Android's Linux bug. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of AndroidGoogle has addressed a Linux kernel bug recently discovered by one security firm that has left around 66 percent of Android devices vulnerable to attack. It has already made its patch available to Android partners, but devices running Android 5.0 and above don’t need it. The discovery was made earlier this week by Perception Point and

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