New Attack Lets Android Apps Capture Loudspeaker Data Without Any Permission
The research was primarily focused on how app developers abuse multiple ways around to collect location data, phone identifiers, and MAC addresses of their users by exploiting both covert and side channels.
Now, a separate team of cybersecurity researchers has successfully demonstrated a new side-channel attack that could allow malicious apps to eavesdrop on the voice coming out of your smartphone's loudspeakers without requiring any device permission.
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" WHAT IS TERMUX ? " ....
So termux is an Android terminal emulator and linux environment. What that means, in practice is that you can install termux on most Android devices and do almost anything you would do in full Linux development environment on that device. That all sounds cool, but you're probably asking your self, "why would i want to code on my phone on a touch screen?" Start thinking more along the lines of tables paired with keyboards or Chromebooks that can now run Android applications. These are very cheap devices that can now be used to introduce people to Linux hacking and development.
Termux is a Linux, but it is based on Android and runs in a container. That means you can install it with no root access required -- but it also means it may take some getting used to.
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