Government’s high alert! Xiaomi Samsung users should be careful, otherwise the bank account will be empty

New Delhi. The Government of India’s Indian Computer Emergency Response Team ie CERT-IN has issued an alert regarding Android smartphones. In such a situation, if you also use an Android smartphone, then you should be alert after the government’s alert. Otherwise you may have to bear the loss. Let us know that from time to time, information about cyber bug or cyber attack is given in the operating system by CERT-IN. One such bug has been seen in Android operating system based smartphones. The operating system software for which the warning has been issued is for Android OS 10, Android 11, Android 12, Android 12L and Android 13.

CERT-IN alert
It has been said by CERT-IN that all these Android operating system based smartphones are at high risk. According to the report, flaws have been found in the Android operating software MediaTek component, Unisoc component, Qualocomm component and Qualcomm close source component.

Which smartphones are at risk
An alert has been issued regarding Android operating system 10, 11, 12, 12L and 13 based Samsung Galaxy, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo and Realme smartphones. In such a situation, if you also use these smartphones, then you should be alert.

what could be the dangers
In today’s time, there are many service logins including banking to personal social media account in the smartphone. In such a situation, hackers can steal your personal information. Also banking fraud can be executed.

how to save
The latest software update is released by Google, which works to find and eliminate new security bugs. In such a situation, you should always keep the smartphone up to date. Also, check whether your smartphone is updated with the latest software or not. If not, then the smartphone should be updated immediately. New software update will be given soon by Google.

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