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WebView Exploit Affects Most Android Phones
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2/20/2014 | 2:16:52 PM
Re: Android's uphill battle
They already have your money and unless you root your phone, they're in full control. Samsung seems more interested in updating its Push Service, whatever that does.
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2/20/2014 | 2:15:21 PM
Re: 93 weeks?
I haven't seen these companies, other than antivirus/firewall manufacturers, saying they put security first. It's like when car companies didn't want to advertise safety features because they feared the ads would remind drivers that their cars could crash. Volvo showed them that safety sells. But so far Samsung, Apple, ATT, Verizon, etc don't sell security except for your house. Irony noted.
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2/19/2014 | 4:59:51 PM
93 weeks?
Has this vulnerability really been left untended for 93 weeks? That's a pretty dismal response from companies that claim to put security first.
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2/19/2014 | 4:59:41 PM
Android's uphill battle
 You would think device manufacturers would know that timely patching is critical to the success of their products. Or am I missing something? 

 


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