Android smartphones at security risk

Cryptoware warns that smartphones of various organizations running the Android operating system are at risk. The company, which works on the security of mobile phones, claims that security flaws have been found in the 'UNESCO' processor used in smartphones. Hackers can easily use this error to launch a cyber attack on a smartphone. As a result, the smartphones running on the processor are at security risk. Chinese-made Unisok processors are commonly used in low-end smartphones of various brands.

According to Cryptoware, hackers can easily collect various information, including messages and e-mail addresses, on their smartphones by using the flaws of the Unisok processor. Not only this, with the help of smartphone you can take control of your smartphone.

Cryptoware also found the cause of the security error. They claim that the security issues are due to the fact that the apps with the UNESCO processor are not created following the valid protocol. This problem can only be solved by the processor manufacturer. The matter has already been reported to UNESCO.

Cryptoware has also released a list of smartphones that are under threat of cyber attacks due to the UNESCO processor. They have advised not to use smartphones to stay safe. The list includes multiple models of Nokia, HTC and ZTE smartphones, including Lenovo A7 and K13, Motorola's Moto E6i and E7i Power, Realm's C11, Samsung's Galaxy A03 and A03 Core.

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