Security flaw affects 99 percent of Android phones: report

06/07/2013 19:43

Source: RawStory

A security research firm discovered a flaw in Android phone operating system that would allow hackers to modify a regular application into a malicious one completely undetected by smart phone users, the app seller, or the service provider.

These types of nefarious applications are referred to as “Trojans," and they work in a way that the literary allusion implies: Users think they are getting an app, but unbeknownst to them, the app is filed with destructive capabilities.


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