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These popular Android apps let hackers copy your password and break into your account

A number of high-profile Android apps are still putting users at risk by failing to update their software, security researchers…

By admin , in Tech , at December 4, 2020 Tags:

A number of high-profile Android apps are still putting users at risk by failing to update their software, security researchers at Check Point have warned. That’s because the teams behind these apps are still using an old version of the Play Core library. For those who don’t know, this is a resource created by Google that enables a number of key features inside Android apps, including the ability to download resources for additional languages, request in-app reviews from users and trigger in-app updates.

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