Is there a patch for a new Android .apk vulnerability?

Hello, I’ve read about the new .apk vulnerability in Android OS and I’d like to know more of it. Also, is there a patch to fix that and what to do to avoid it? Many thanks in advance!

I bet there is almost no one currently living in modern times and do not know what Bluetooth is. Bluetooth is developing like any other technology, and that’s why you should know that there are many ways in which you can block the signal from this device.

Many people may be wondering who actually considers Bluetooth technology and, more importantly, why do they need to block this useful feature. In fact, many people use Bluetooth to transfer documents and there would be nothing wrong with that. Well, first of all, you should know that this type of technology operates on a 2.4 GHz frequency and, moreover, it is important to know that wireless networks also use the same frequency, which is the key .

The bug allows to update the .apk file of the applications and it appeared that such a modifications do not ruin the signature of the application, so a modified application will work just as it did and Android GPS jammer  security will not block it. Android OS was considered to be the safest mobile operating system, but that bug compromises it greatly.

Bluebox Labs have informed Google about the bug and they have already created a patch, that will be able to fix the problem, the patch was already delivered to OEM manufacturers, such as Samsung and others. Now it is up to them, how long will it take to deliver that update to their customers. The only thing we can do to avoid that bug right now is to watch our app’s permissions carefully, avoid third-party app vendors and use an antivirus. Also it is recommended to avoid public Wi-Fi networks and if you suspect that your phone is already infected – use a cell phone blocker or just tun it off and get it to specialists.