Blackberry becomes first OEM to fix all QuadRooter exploits with new update
For every Android smartphone user out there now, especially those whose devices thrive on the use of the very popular Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets, the issue of the QuadRooter exploits have been on their minds and even though new reports have emerged to suggest that not all devices might be susceptible to this problem as earlier touted, this has not done much to alleviate fears.
It is to this effect that many smartphone manufacturers have risen to the chagrin in a bid to further put their customers’ minds at rest and with the most recent announcement being that of Sony to release a fix and patch to this issue, Blackberry has stood out as the first major manufacturer to really do something.
Given that Blackberry lives off the fact that they have one of the most secure, if not the most secure, mobile phones out there, the Canadian OEM didn’t waste any time in rolling out updates to their Priv device and the DTEK50 too. Even though the chipset maker alrady gave out update patches to Google to fix three of the four QuadRooter leaks, Blackberry has announced that with this new update, they have all four covered.
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