A computer is an important tool for most people, and they rely on it every day.
But it can also be abused to get access to private data and to take over your computer.
In a recent report by cybersecurity company Trend Micro, the company found that over 2.5 million accounts on Android devices are infected with a malicious code that has been used to steal the passwords and credentials of millions of Android users.
Trend Micro also said that over one million devices on the Apple iOS platform were also infected with the malware.
According to Trend Micro , hackers are exploiting a vulnerability in Samsung’s tablet devices, which allows them to access the login and password fields of devices.
It also allows hackers to gain control of the device and remotely access its internal memory, which can then be used to store malicious files.
Samsung says that the device is only affected by the “Kernel 18.104.22.168” update, which was released on September 16.
Users of the Samsung Tablet are warned that the update is not yet available for the device, and that if they are still not able to update, they should contact Samsung support.