The company that sells Gigaset Android smartphones has advised that it has taken measures to automatically rid devices infected with malware that was reported to have been introduced in a supply chain attack.
Owners of Gigaset Android smartphones have been hit by malware that is automatically installed through what appears to be a supply chain attack, a blog post by German tech writer Günter Born claims.
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