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5 apps that detect and protect against Stagefright attacks

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The Stagefright exploit lets attackers execute code remotely on an Android device by sending an MMS, which the Android system believes to contain a video. On older devices running the vulnerable pre-Jelly Bean Android versions, the user doesn't even have to open the MMS for the exploit to work, as the operating system pre-processes the message before the user reads it.
The situation is critical, but thankfully, tools to combat possible attacks driven by the exploit appeared quite quickly. These five detection & prevention apps could help you protect your device against the vulnerability.
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