Google Android

Google released patches to address 138 vulnerabilities in the Android platform. Google split the updates into two releases: the July 1 release addresses 43 vulnerabilities, including 10 critical, and the July 5 release addresses all 138, including an additional 95 device-specific flaws in various components supplied by manufacturers. Successful exploitation of the most severe vulnerabilities could allow a remote threat actor to execute arbitrary code and elevate privileges. The NJCCIC recommends all users and administrators review the Android Security Bulletin and apply the necessary updates to include the July 5 security patch level.