It is being reported that 95% of all Android smartphones are vulnerable to being hacked with a text message, which is being called the “heartbleed for mobile.” According to security experts, the vulnerability exploits the “stagefright” engine at the core of the Android system and allows the attacker to virtually take over the victim’s device, including the recording of audio and video, access to photos and other data on the phone, and hijacking the Bluetooth capabilities.

Apparently there is no official released patch to date, but security experts advise that you should disable the Hangouts and Messenger apps on your Android. The result: you will not receive text messages until the updated security measures are installed on your phone.