Got Stagefright? Not the fear of an audience, but an Android vulnerability that could hijack your smartphone via a garden-variety MMS. The company that discovered the flaw, Zimperium, has now released a tool, the Stagefright Detector App, to at least let you know if you're patched against it. Googleissued a fix a while ago, and you're protected if you have a Nexus device. But if you own nearly any other smartphone -- even a brand new one like Samsung's Galaxy S6 -- you're probably still at risk.
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