SHAREit’s vulnerabilities are still not being fixed by the developers, which can lead to massive user data leaks. Why? Because the popular file sharing app is downloaded by billions of people around the world.
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According to the latest report from ZDNet, the app developer has not been able to fix SHAREit’s vulnerabilities for more than three months. This is very serious business, as the unpatched vulnerabilities could affect more than a billion users.
Security experts have stated that hackers can exploit these vulnerabilities and other shortcomings to execute malicious code on users’ smartphones. Echo Duan, a mobile threat analyst for security companies …