Android vulnerability allows attackers to modify apps without affecting their signatures

Among the many Android vulnerabilities patched by Google this December is one that allows attackers to modify apps without affecting their signatures.

The vulnerability (CVE-2017-13156) can be exploited to replace any kind of app, even a system app, without the user noticing anything or Android preventing the installation.

Read more about the Android vulnerability on Help Net Security.

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