Google Releases Android Patch Update for 3 Actively Exploited Vulnerabilities

Google has released its monthly security updates for the Android operating system, addressing 46 new software vulnerabilities.

Among these, three vulnerabilities have been identified as actively exploited in targeted attacks.

Google’s July Android security bulletin highlights another critical vulnerability, CVE-2023-21250, affecting the Android System component.

The second patch level, released on July 5, targets kernel and closed source components, tackling 20 vulnerabilities in Kernel, Arm, Imagination Technologies, MediaTek, and Qualcomm components.

It’s important to note that the impact of the addressed vulnerabilities may extend beyond the supported Android versions, potentially affecting older OS versions no longer receive official support.

Google has further launched particular security patches for its Pixel devices, dealing with 14 vulnerabilities in Kernel, Pixel, and Qualcomm components.

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