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    How to find Android 0day in no time

    How to find Android 0day in no time:

    MWR InfoSecurity team has released "WebContentResolver" an Android assessment tool which allows you to find Content-Provider vulnerabilities in no time. A Content-Provider is one of Androids IPC endpoints; it is commonly used to implement data storage in applications and to offer access to this data to other applications on the device.

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    Amol bhai just one correction Android app 0days and not android zero days.
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    Sir, I'm not Android geek, so didn't know it. This article I shared here so that other Android people can know about it.

    Can't change title now but it was same as the blog.
    Thanks for correction. Need to communicate same to the blog owner.

    AMol NAik

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