Coming hot on the heels of Google’s Android Security Bulletin for August 2017, BlackBerry’s security patches for Android-powered BlackBerry smartphones are now available.
BlackBerry’s latest security advisory informs customers who own BlackBerry powered by Android smartphones that new updates are available for their devices, addressing multiple vulnerabilities.
Issues were fixed for the Qualcomm networking, QCE, radio, audio, SoC, GPU, USB, MobiCore, IPA, and video drivers, as well as for the Broadcom Wi-Fi driver, Mediaserver and MediaDrmServer components, and the Linux kernel.
A total of 43 security issues have been remediated in this update, which affect all BlackBerry powered by Android smartphones. Therefore, BlackBerry recommends customers to update their devices to the latest available software build.