Google has released a new update to its Android 7.0 Nougat mobile operating system which includes a fix for a vulnerability that lets attackers upload malicious files to apps on the platform.
The update is available to all Android Nougats running on the Google Play Store.
This is the first time that a Google update has made it into the Google Developer Console, which is the version control system for Android apps.
The update comes after security researchers warned that malicious files downloaded from the Play Store can be installed by the malicious app.
The fix addresses a vulnerability in the way that Google handles file permissions for files uploaded from the app store.
It makes the permissions check performed by the app for files submitted by users appear to be valid, rather than being the result of user interaction.
Users who install the update through the Google Store can download the fix from the developer website.
If they have already installed it, they’ll also need to update their software to use the new functionality.
Google released the update to fix the issue that allows an attacker to upload malicious file to an app’s files.
In this case, the file could be downloaded from Google Play using the file type “image/png”, which would let attackers upload images and other types of files.
The file is sent to the server with a timestamp.
This allows attackers to upload files from other sources, such as a remote server.
The exploit, if carried out, would allow the attacker to make changes to the file that are undetectable by Google, but not be detected by the application.
It’s not clear how many apps have been affected, but Google says it has confirmed that the issue affects apps in more than 500,000 apps.
This is the latest in a string of security flaws affecting Android that have affected millions of Android users in the past year.
A number of Android apps were updated to fix these issues, and some of the updates included fixes for security vulnerabilities in popular third-party apps.
The latest vulnerability is an elevation of privilege vulnerability in Android that could allow an attacker with root privileges to take over an app, such the Gmail application, and to gain control of a user’s device.
This issue affects all Android apps, including Google Play, as well as all third-parties.
Google said that the flaw is a “zero-day” vulnerability and that it was “actively investigating” the vulnerability.
It added that it has fixed this issue in “all affected Android N devices”.