India’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has issued a warning to Android smartphone users about a number of vulnerabilities in the latest versions of the operating system. The vulnerabilities could allow hackers to steal personal data and login credentials, and could also lead to banking fraud.
The vulnerabilities affect Android 13, 12L, 12, 11, and 10. To check if your phone is affected, go to Settings > About > Android version. If your phone is running one of these versions, you should update it to the latest version as soon as possible.
To update your phone, go to Settings > System > System update. If an update is available, tap Download and install.
CERT-In has also advised Android users to be careful about what links they click on and what files they open. They should also use a strong password manager and keep their passwords up to date.
By following these tips, Android users can help to protect themselves from the latest cyber threats.
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