Do you own a Samsung Galaxy S4, S5 or S6?
If so, there’s a good chance that a flaw in your phone’s keyboard software has left your phone vulnerable to a hacking attack.
Fortunately, the vulnerability seems to only be an issue when the phone is connected to the Internet via an unsecured Wi-Fi connection.
Samsung is working on a patch for the flaw, and they plan to release it immediately once it is ready. Until then, you should avoid connecting your phone to an unsecured Wi-Fi network.
(For what it’s worth, I recommend NEVER using an unsecured Wi-Fi network anyway just to be on the safe side).
If you own a Samsung Galaxy S4, S5 or S6, I recommend installing the patch just as soon as you receive a notification telling you that it’s ready.
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