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Samsung’s Find My Device feature found on many of its smartphones and tablets may have a Zero-day bug, which could allow intruders to turn its functionality against you. According to security researcher and self-described “bug hunter” Mohamed A. Baset, who filmed the flaw in action, by flooding a vulnerable Samsung Galaxy phone with data, it’s possible to gain control and remotely ring, lock or even wipe the device.
The Find My Device feature is often activated when a new phone is setup, and is linked to your Samsung account, suggesting it’s already up and working on many phones. While you’d probably be very unlucky to be affected by the security issue, it could turn out to be costly should the worst happen.
Source: Samdung 'Find My Mobile' vulnerability allows Hacker to Remotely control your mobile - WG MEDIA