- Google is gearing up to announce the new Android 14 operating system.
- It will secure you from cellular network attacks.
- The operating system will be disabling the less used 2G connectivity.
The developers of the search engine giant Google are in the last stage of the preparation to launch the highly anticipated Android 14 operating system and the same is expected to be announced by the end of this month. The upcoming Android 14 is expected to come with lots of privacy focused features and today we got a new piece of information which is suggesting that the company is focusing on security as well and it will help users to stay safe from cellular network attacks. So without making any further delay let’s get into the article to check out the details.
The cyber threats are very important problem in our digital world and Google is finding a possible way to address vulnerabilities posed by cellular networks, and you for the same, the upcoming Android 14 will be capable to disable unused or less used 2G connectivity.
The 2G connectivity is not active today but the same is available on our devices and it is less secure as well which helps attackers to find a way to attack users. Apart from this, the upcoming Android 14 is also capable to disable null-ciphered cellular connectivity. Null-ciphered connectivity is unencrypted, which means that it is not secure.
So let’s wait for the arrival of the new Android 14 operating system and you guys are recommended to stay tuned with us for more updates from the world of technology.
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