Amazon Kindle security flaws could have let hackers hijack your device

Security researchers from Check Point Research (CPR) have discovered security flaws in Amazon Kindle that could allow an attacker to obtain information stored on user devices if exploited.

In order to exploit these flaws in the world’s most popular e-reader, an attacker would need to send a malicious e-book to a victim. Once this e-book has been delivered to a user’s device, a potential victim simply needs to open it to start the exploit chain as no other user interaction is required.

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