SNEAKY DEVS COULD ABUSE SHARED LIBRARIES TO SLURP SMARTPHONE DATA

Privilege escalation is baked in to mobile OSES, if you look for it Oxford researchers reckon they've spotted the next emerging trend in Android advertising (and possibly malware): using common libraries to "collude" between apps with different privilege levels.…

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