(2) A malicious application without any permission could remove applications and gain read and write access from the list of locked applications configured in AppLock, therefore bypassing the security pattern configured by the user to protect them. (two advisories in document)
(2) A malicious application without any permission could gain read and write access to the list of Private Contacts and blocked numbers configured in ZenUI Dialer & Contacts. (two advisories in document)
(2) A malicious application without any permission could gain read and write access to the private SMS and MMS messages configured in ZenUI Messaging as well as send arbitrary SMS messages to arbitrary phone numbers. (two advisories in document)
The push to incorporate remote management capabilities into products has swept across a number of industries. A good example of this is the famous Internet of Things (IoT), where modern home devices from crockpots to thermostats can be managed remotely from a tablet or smartphone. One of the biggest problems associated with this new feature is a lack of security. Unfortunately, nobody is surprised when a new, widespread vulnerability appears in the IoT world. However, the situation becomes a bit more concerning when similar technologies appear in the aviation sector….
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