Tag Archives: Patches

Google Finally Patches ‘Dirty COW’ Linux Vulnerability With December Android Security Update

In October, Linux security researcher discovered that a nine-year old Linux kernel flaw (CVE-2016-5195) was witnessing active exploits in the wild. The flaw was dubbed “Dirty COW”, an acronym for the duplication technique called copy-on-write, and could potentially give root access of a device to the attacker within a matter of seconds. Now, Google has finally patched the critical flaw ... Read More »

Nextbit Robin starts Receiving software replace With today’s safety Patches

Nextbit is rolling out a software replace to Robin telephone customers bringing security patches, and different tweaks. The replace is being rolled out over-the-air and need to attain Robin customers regularly. Nextbit has made a few modifications to the speaker quantity, to make the minimum volume a whole lot softer. It claims that as the consumer increases the extent, the ... Read More »

BlackBerry Says It’s the ‘First OEM’ to Deliver Monthly Android Security Patches

At the time of the launch of the BlackBerry Priv, the Canadian smartphone company had assured that it will give a lot of emphasis on the security of its users. Four months later, BlackBerry continues to stand by its words. In less than 24 hours since Google issued its monthly security bulletin last week, BlackBerry released a patch to address ... Read More »