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Hackers Can Plant Malware In Your Android Smartphone Via NFC

Android devices have a not-so-common feature dubbed NFC Beam which is intended for sharing files, videos, apps and photos between two devices via NFC (Near Field Communication) radio waves. A bug (CVE-2019-2114) has affected the Android devices running Android 8.0 (Oreo) or above that allows a bad actor to plant malware on your smartphone via […]

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