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1) Android December 2022 security updates fix 81 vulnerabilities
2) Samsung’s Android app-signing key has leaked, is being used to sign malware
3) Awesome KMM
4) Dependency Injection in Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile projects | KMM Beta
1) Google has released the December 2022 security update for Android, fixing four critical-severity vulnerabilities, including a remote code execution flaw exploitable via Bluetooth.
This month’s update addresses 45 vulnerabilities in core Android components with patch level 2022-12-01, and another 36 vulnerabilities impacting third-party components addressed in patch level 2022-12-05.
2) Samsung, LG, Mediatek and others. Do you know these companies? Probably you do. Did you know that their platform certificate keys have been leaked and now other apps may be signed by them and use the same set of permissions without asking anyone? Welp, that’s exactly what happened. Find out more below 👇
3) Like any other “Awesome X” list, this Awesome KMM repository holds a list that curates the best KMM libraries, tools and more. If you want to get into writing a Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile app than you should definitely check it out!
4) A great introduction into Dependency Injection tools for KMM projects 🎬
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