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Samsung has 17 vulnerabilities that may steal user information from mobile devices

Samsung has 17 vulnerabilities that may steal user information from mobile devices
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Recently, Samsung has been fixing various errors on its mobile devices that can intercept users’ personal information. The vulnerability was exposed by Sergey Toshin (aka the founder of Oversecured). Since the beginning of 2021, the equipment has been busy. It pointed out every potential weakness in Samsung’s popular mobile phone products.

Unfortunately, the content of the report exceeded expectations. Software companies often work hard on such projects, for example on the technical side. Responsible companies pay “rewards” as rewards for discovering developer negligence. Overture can identify a total of 17, and the worst part is that for users of similar Samsung products, these three may be very boring. Sergei Toshin’s own personal career is not short.

Working with many other reward programs and security companies over the years, this person has discovered more than 550 expertise in evaluating errors on various mobile devices. The company has raised more than $1 million in funding for the services it provides, which shows that we and Samsung must take its warnings seriously.

Due to the subtle nature of these vulnerabilities and exploits and the damage they can cause, Oversecured declined to disclose too many details about three of them. However, if the company reports that one of the errors may allow hackers and third-party sources to view all SMS messages sent by individuals, the software company has investigated the nature of the damage it suffered.

Of course, because mobile users lack confidence in it, they are over-secured to believe that it is safe to share this information. Currently, the other two SMS-based short messages can bypass device permissions, download applications, and actively allow third parties to overwrite information on their Samsung devices.

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The other 14 were presented to Samsung by Sergey Toshin. Personally at the beginning of the year. They also caused a “professional hacker” to receive a total of $30,000 in compensation for his work. According to reports, Samsung has begun to solve problems. Currently, the three recently discovered problems are still problematic because they may cause more damage.

Samsung has 17 vulnerabilities that may steal user information from mobile devices

Image Credit: Digital Information World

OVERVIEW:

Overture can identify a total of 17, and the worst part is that for users of similar Samsung products, these three may be very boring. However, if the company reports that one of the errors may allow hackers and third-party sources to view all SMS messages sent by individuals, the software company has investigated the nature of the damage it suffered. The other 14 were presented to Samsung by Sergey Toshin.

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