Chinese mobe market suffers pre-pwned Android pandemic

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Amazingly, it might not even be the Chinese government causing it

dimensiunea medie a penisului Security researchers have discovered more examples of pre-installed malware on Android smartphones.

bust salon spa pret G DATA found that more than two dozen phones from different manufacturers were already compromised straight out of the box.

come mantenere il pene duro Kit from manufacturers including Huawei, Lenovo and Xiaomi have pre-installed espionage functions in the firmware. G DATA suspects that middlemen modified the device software to steal user data and inject their own advertising to earn money.

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diese Seite The pre-pwned device issue has become a perennial problem for privacy-conscious smartphone users. Sticking to the Play Store, avoiding dodgy websites and following common-sense security precautions are no help in such cases.

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