There's a new vulnerability out there for Android users, and it's a doozy. (Video via Google)
It’s called Stagefright, and all a hacker needs to exploit it is your number. (Video via Google)
That's it. No phishing scams, no password hacks — just your digits. (Video via Google)
It was discovered by Zimperium zLabs, a mobile security firm. (Video via Zimperium)
Zimperium's VP of Platform Research and Exploitation Joshua Drake explains that all a hacker needs to do is send a malware-ridden text message.
Once it’s sent, it can be deleted without the phone-owner noticing. And then, the phone's infected, leaving any data or photos vulnerable to the hacker. (Video via YouTube / HowToMen)
In a statement to Fortune, Google said that they "responded quickly and patches have already been provided to partners that can be applied to any device."