Your OnePlus handset, running OxygenOS—the company’s custom version of the Android operating system, is collecting way more data on its users than it requires.
You can directly connect your OnePlus device in USB debugging mode to a computer, open adb shell and enter this command — pm uninstall -k –user 0 net.oneplus.odm — in order to get rid of OnePlus‘ excess data collecting practice.
Pre-Order Code: „Clearer Photos“
[Update 13.05.17, 12:26]
After registering „iuqerfsodp9ifjaposdfjhgosurijfaewrwergwea.com“ the spread of the ransomware has stopped.
What a hit by MalwareTech O_o
So I can only add"accidentally stopped an international cyber attack" to my Résumé. ^^
— MalwareTech (@MalwareTechBlog) May 13, 2017
„Earlier today, a massive ransomware campaign hit computer systems of hundreds of private companies and public organizations across the globe […]“ – TheHackerNews
The websites of the „Aachener Zeitung GmbH“ are offering a mixture of free and payed articles hidden by paywall at http://www.aachener-zeitung.de/zva/pc/. The websites use AESUtil and CryptoJS to hide articles.
The provider leaks sensitive data like password, IV and salt which are used for encryption and can be used to decrypt the articles with
decrypt = aesUtil.decrypt(salt, iv, passPhrase, cipherText);
This issue does not leak any personal data of (registered) users.
- Reported to https://www.facebook.com/azlokalesaachen/
- responsible disclosure until 04.08.2017