Android Stagefright Exploit Code Released

The first proof-of-concept exploit code for Stagefright is now publicly accessible.

Stagefright is a vulnerability in the Android Stagefright media library, which is used to process content, including Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) content. The Stagefright media library is found in Android versions 2.2 and higher, and when Drake first discovered the flaw, hundreds of millions of users were at risk.  Google has since issued patches for the flaws Drake discovered, though new Stagefright flaws, including CVE-3864, which Exodus Intelligence disclosed after the patch, are still a concern.

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