Security researcher Jeremy S. from Singapore discovered a critical vulnerability in the Feedly app that could be exploited by attackers to infect millions of Android appusers.
Feedly is a popular app available for iOS and Android, which offers an aggregation platform for content published on blogs, websites, RSS Feeds and magazines.
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“Upon clicking on ‘BreakToProtect’s button’, user will be redirected to another site. As per proof-of-concept, a fake URL link ‘http://www.potentially-malicious.site/’ was used instead.”
The flaw in the Feedly application was reported to the company on March 10th and fixed within 24 hours. It is strongly suggested to the users to update their Feedly app to the last version.