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'600m Samsung phones' can be hijacked with a man-in-the-middle diddle

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    Touchscreen keyboard update leaves handsets vulnerable to remote-code execution

    Samsung smartphones can be hijacked, infected with malware, and remotely controlled by malicious Wi-Fi hotspots in cafes, hotels, and so on, security researchers claim.…

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