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Google releases Android security patch in December 2019

via:开源中国     time:2019/12/3 9:31:04     readed:47

Google has released a December 2019 Android security patch for its latest Android 10 mobile operating system series to address some of the most critical security vulnerabilities.It is composed of security patch level on December 1, 2019 and December 5, 2019. The security patch of Android in December 2019 solves Android components, Android framework, media framework, Android system, kernel components, and Qualcomm components, including closed source components.


It is understood that the most critical security issues fixed in this update affect framework components and may allow remote attackers to permanently deny services. In addition, it fixes a vulnerability that may allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code in the context of a privileged process by using a crafted file, and may allow local attackers with privileged access to sensitive data.

At the same time, Google has releasedDecember 2019OfPixel update announcement,To solve various security vulnerabilities and problems for pixel devices, as well as those described in the December 2019 Android Security Bulletin. The December 2019 pixel update announcement contains fixes for a total of eight vulnerabilities found in kernel components and Android systems.

Currently, the Android security announcement in December 2019 and pixel update announcement in December 2019 will be launched to all supported pixel devices, including pixel 2, pixel 2 XL, pixel 3, pixel 3 XL, pixel 3a, pixel 3A XL, pixel 4 and pixel 4 XL. In the next few weeks, it will also be available for essential, Samsung, oneplus and other Android devices from more manufacturers.

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