Saturday , October 21 2017

Android News

KRACK Attacks Defeat Wi-Fi Security on Most Devices

Conventional wisdom has long held that locking down your router with WPA2 encryption protocol would protect your data from snooping. That was true for a long time, but maybe not for much longer. A massive security disclosure details vulnerabilities in WPA2 that could let an attacker intercept all your precious …

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BlackBerry Motion Phone Leaked on Twitter

BlackBerry used to rule the smartphone space, but then the iPhone came out. BlackBerry execs deemed the iPhone a “toy” and a “fad,” but that fad eventually drove the company to revamp its product lineup. It was too late, though. BlackBerry will probably never regain the throne, but it’s not done …

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New Leak Shows Off Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL

Google is expected to unveil the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL on October 4 at an event it has started advertising quite heavily on billboards and even on the Chrome start page. However, there’s little doubt now what these phones will look like — another leak has dropped official …

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New Bluetooth Malware Affects Billions of Devices, Requires No Pairing

A new malware attack, dubbed BlueBorne, is spreading in the wild, thanks to a combination of eight different vulnerabilities affecting Android, iOS, IoT devices, Windows, and Linux. The security research firm Armis writes: BlueBorne allows attackers to take control of devices, access corporate data and networks, penetrate secure “air-gapped” networks, …

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Google Teases October 4th Pixel 2 Unveiling

Google launched the Pixel and Pixel XL last year on October 4th, and exactly one year later we’re probably getting a look at the Pixel 2. Google has debuted an ad campaign for an event on October 4th, where it promises to unveil a smarter smartphone. That couldn’t get any …

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