At this time, a bug has occurred in the Android operating of the smartphone. This bug is a cause for concern because it gives hackers full access to a user's smartphone from a text message, experts say that it can target any device that works on Google Android. Along with this, the user's entire web history can also be accessed due to this bug.
Hackers also take complete information about incoming and outgoing calls of users through this bug. The biggest danger of this is that information stolen from them can cause further harm to users. Cyber experts have said that about 250 crore people use Android phones every month and this bug poses a big threat to all these users.
Expert Slava McCaviev of the checkpoint detected this bug and said that according to which the popularity of Android devices worldwide, this threat needs to be fixed as soon as possible.
Devices of the world's big smartphone companies can also be victims of this bug. These include brands like Sony, Samsung, Huawei, and LG. Hackers use a system that allows them to send text messages to hack these devices. It is difficult to identify the messages sent by them because it is exactly the message sent by the phone network company.
Smartphones use Open Mobile Alliance Client Provisioning. This system updates the settings of the phone from anywhere through the user's phone network. Hackers take advantage of this. They send a fake message through this system and ask the user to update the OMA CP. Usually, it gets blocked because the Android operating system present on the phone does not authenticate it.
For your information, tell me that the entry of this bug happens here. Due to this bug, now hackers can bypass the process of authentication and get access to the phone directly. Researchers said that for this, hackers only need to send one text message. Through this message, hackers can also read all the emails in the user's device.
The researchers have given information about this bug to Samsung, Sony, and Huawei as well. However, so far no official statement has been made about this bug from these companies. Experts and researchers say that unless any information about this matter is given by Google, one should not pay attention to the message of the mobile operator on the phone.