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March 17, 2023, 4 a.m. |

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Important Samsung-made chips inside several popular Android devices have serious vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to “silently and remotely” compromise them, researchers said Thursday. Google’s Project Zero team said Thursday that the Exynos modems used in multiple series of Samsung, Pixel and Vivo phones could be attacked “with no user interaction,” with methods that “require

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