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If your phone uses a Mali GPU, it is vulnerable to being exploited

12 days ago   |   By Phandroid

Our phones, just like our computers, feature the use of a GPU which is used to help power applications like games, user interfaces, and more. For Android, a lot of the GPUs that are being used are Mali GPUs and we have some bad news on that front. According to Google's Project Zero which seeks out vulnerabilities that might be exploited by malicious hackers, it seems that they have discovered a security flaw in Mali GPUs that could lead to all sorts of problems. This includes kernel memory corruption, physical memory addresses being disclosed, and more. According to the Project Zero team...
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