CM logoHeads up everyone using CyanogenMod on their Android device -- there's a security release coming your way. The 10.1.1 release patches several high-profile security issues (including the Master Key exploit) and it is highly recommended that all users install the update when available for their device. Specifics are:

  • Bug 8219321 aka “MasterKey” exploit (also patched in CM 7 and CM 9 source)
  • CVE-2013-2094 (Linux kernel exploit)
  • CVE-2013-2596 (Qualcomm-specific exploit)
  • CVE-2013-2597 (Qualcomm-specific exploit)
  • General device bug-fixes

There are no new user-facing features in this release, so everything should look and feel exactly as you're used to. Stay safe, guys and gals!

Source: CyanogenMod

 

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CyanogenMod 10.1.1 released, patches several known security exploits

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Hmm... hopefully it will come through the auto-updater soon. Really not in the mood to reflash now that we're spoiled with this feature. :)

I got my update to CM 10.1.1 on my VZW GNex (Toro) late this afternoon. Still feels smooth and safer than before :D