The past few years have seen a rise in zero-day vulnerabilities in Android, which allow a remote attacker to hijack a user’s phone to perform a malicious action.
Many of the exploits are still new, but many of them are designed to allow an attacker to install a malicious app, such as ransomware.
These types of vulnerabilities allow an outside attacker to compromise a system.
One of the most well-known exploits is known as the XSS in Android.
In the latest version of Android, known as Android 5.1 Lollipop, the vulnerability is fixed.
Android 5 and older versions also contain several other bugs.
We are now going to take a look at a new vulnerability in Android 5 that is currently affecting many devices and is described in a new post.
This new vulnerability was discovered by researchers from Kaspersky Lab and other researchers.
In a nutshell, the new vulnerability is a zero-days vulnerability in the “Google Play Services” component of Android.
The Google Play Services component provides services to the Android platform, including access to the phone’s camera and microphone.
It is a common component of apps on mobile devices and Google has released a number of security patches to address the zero-Day vulnerabilities in the Google Play services.
One important note: there is no need to worry about installing the latest Android version, as it will fix the bug.
It will just require you to update your app.
Android Security Essentials The Google Android Security Kit provides all the necessary information to help you get the most out of your Android device.
We have included the Android Security Essential Kit to get you up and running quickly.
You can find it here: http://www.kaspersky.com/android/security/security-essentials.html If you are looking for a good starting point, check out our guide to installing the Google Android SDK.