jueves, 4 de enero de 2018

AT&T-bound Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 edge get BlueBorne fix

A new update has started hitting Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 edge on AT&T's network. Weighing in at under 47MB and carrying the build number of G930AUCS4BQL1, the update brings a fix for the BlueBorne security vulnerability. In case you aren't aware, the vulnerability allows a remote attacker to take control of devices via Bluetooth, even when your unit is not in discoverable mode. Coming back to the update, in addition, it also includes the December security patch. Meanwhile, the December security patch has also started hitting Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ units in China. The update is...



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A new update has started hitting Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 edge on AT&T's network. Weighing in at under 47MB and carrying the build number of G930AUCS4BQL1, the update brings a fix for the BlueBorne security vulnerability. In case you aren't aware, the vulnerability allows a remote attacker to take control of devices via Bluetooth, even when your unit is not in discoverable mode. Coming back to the update, in addition, it also includes the December security patch. Meanwhile, the December security patch has also started hitting Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ units in China. The update is...



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