Check Point Research detects privacy flaw on Qualcomm's mobile station modems

Check Point Research (CPR) has identified a security flaw in the Qualcomm chip of the mobile station modems (MSM) used in cellular communication for over 40 percent of phones worldwide. If exploited, a hacker could use the vulnerability to infect Android OS with unseen, malicious code, thereby providing them access to user audio conversations as well as SMS threads and call history.

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