Hackers Break Into Samsung Galaxy Phone's Letting Them Spy on You Through Camera
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Hackers Break Into Samsung Galaxy Phone's Letting Them Spy on You Through Camera 

Hackers Break Into Samsung Galaxy Phone's Letting Them Spy on You Through Camera 

The latest security flow to surface effects the Samsung Galaxy phone. The alarming security risk could affect millions of users. Not only can hackers spy through cameras, they can also read text and access other private information- All of this is unaware to the phones user.

In simple terms, the security breach tricks the phone into updating its keyboard software 'Swiftkey IME'. The only problem is the phone thinks its downloading a language pack, instead it installs a malicious piece of software.

Some reports are suggesting that this latest security flow could affect 600 million phones worldwide. Its also likely that the owners of the malicious code could also reveal phones location and possibly track phone users locations too.

The exploit is more likely to happen on dodgy unsecured public Wi-Fi networks. 

Technology experts state that this is when the possibility of such a threat is more possible. The type of attack on phones is refereed to as a "Man in the middle attack". Turning off your Wi-Fi would basically stop any risk from any public network.

Samsung are working on a patch for the problem and hope to fix the issue soon. Although the issue sounds quite alarming the chance of it happening to your own phone is quite limited. Although the phone is open to this exploit its unlikely that you're being spied on.

Hackers will always find security breaches to access and exploit certain phones. Th only worry however, is that we use our phones for so much these days, large amounts of private data can be retrieved, and possibly miss-used.

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