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Issue #15

Android 10-13 Lock Screen vulnerability πŸ”“ and building open-source libraries πŸ“š


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1) Accidental $70k Google Pixel Lock Screen Bypass

2) Becoming A Successful Android Open-Source Librarian

1) Are you using Android? Better install the latest security updates❗️Someone found a vulnerability affecting phones with Android 10, 11, 12, 12L, and 13 where if you had a locked device, it could be easily unlocked just by using a second SIM card. The bug was fixed in the November 5, 2022 security update. Check for updates on your device πŸ•΅οΈ

πŸ”— Β Accidental $70k Google Pixel Lock Screen Bypass

2) To build successful open-source software, you must first plan a solid strategy. In this post, Jaewoong (a.k.a skydoves) introduces his strategies for how he built and maintains successful open-source software.

πŸ”— Β Becoming A Successful Android Open-Source Librarian

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