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Hacking smartphones via voice commands hidden in YouTube videos – Help Net Security

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A group of researchers from Georgetown University and UC Berkeley has demonstrated hacking smartphones via voice commands hidden in YouTube videos.

Security is an iterative process. You never know when someone develops an exploit that you couldn’t consider in your wildest dreams. You will simply have to react and respond. Patching will not go away.

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