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Serious Android flaw threatens hundreds of millions of users — what to do

A deep-rooted flaw in Qualcomm chips threatens hundreds of millions of Android phones.

The news comes form Israeli security firm Check Point in a new report. The security firm says hackers could use the flaw to read your text messages, listen to your phone conversations and in some cases even unlock your SIM card. Qualcomm told Tom’s Guide that it has released a fix for the flaw to handset makers, but it may still be some time before many handset makers push the fix out to most users’ phones.

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