Google just fixed two major Pixel security flaws — update your Android phone now

Google has patched two zero-day flaws that are being actively exploited to steal data from locked Pixel phones.

As reported by BleepingComputer, the first zero-day is a disclosure flaw in the Pixel’s bootloader (tracked as CVE-2024-29745) while the second is an elevation of privilege bug in the pixel firmware (tracked as CVE-2024-29748).



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