Ils ont compris où il fallait miser pour que ça fonctionne ?
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I was surprised to learn that Google and BLU were both aware of a specific vulnerability related to the offending ADUPS software in Mediatek chips back in 2015 — a full year before the Amazon BLU R1 HD even shipped. Security research team Red Naga discovered the flaw on March 1, 2015 and made multiple attempts to get it patched, but found that “BLU claims they have no security department and cannot assist.”
After receiving radio silence from Mediatek and no help from BLU, Google eventually accepted a CTS patch to check for the ADUPS system socket. That should have solved the problem, but then Mediatek just changed the name of the socket to purposely evade Google’s CTS check.