Kyocera Android app with 1M installs can be abused to drop malware


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Feb 4, 2016
A Kyocera Android printing app is vulnerable to improper intent handling, allowing other malicious applications to abuse the flaw to download and potentially install malware on devices.

According to a security notice by JVN (Japanese Vulnerability Notes), a state-supported portal dedicated to raising awareness on matters of security, the issue, the flaw is tracked as CVE-2023-25954 and impacts the following apps:

Although the apps list different publishers, they are based on the same code; thus, the vulnerability impacts all three.

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