Aug 05, 2015

Google's Fixing the Hangouts Hack With 'Biggest Software Update in History'

Security researchers scared the shit out of Android users last week when they revealed a vulnerability that let hackers control your phone with a single text. In a session at Black Hat, Google’s Adrian Ludwig just explained exactly how it’s being fixed, calling it the biggest software update in history. He seems pretty chill about the whole thing, too.

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