Since I wrote my posts on Stagefright and CVE-2015-3842 vulnerability wihtin Android yet another potentially very serious security flaw has been revealed in the Android core. This time the problem is a bit deep rooted in the core of the operating system and involves the mobile operating system’s multitasking feature i.e. its ability to run more than one app […]Read More →
Android nightmares continue. Yet another flaw hitting 55% mobiles
I wish this weren’t so. I really do. But since I wrote my post Android is broken. How cautious should firms be with BYOD? there has been a discovery of yet another critical vulnerability dubbed CVE-2015-3825 impacting roughly 55% of Android devices out in the open. Leveraging a flaw in the OpenSSLX509Certificate class of the […]Read More →
Android is broken. How cautious should firms be with BYOD?
A host of rather catastrophic vulnerabilities have been recently discovered in the Android operating system. Perhaps the most scary of those is Stagefright which allows a hacker to remotely execute malicious code by simply sending a MMS to the target device. As a user there isn’t much you can do to not get messed up […]Read More →
Android Device Manager Now Available
This would come as a great news to all those who own a Android phone. Until now the phones have not had an elegant iPhone equivalent of “Find My Phone” feature. This however changes today! Google has finally released and made available the Android Device Manager for most android devices. In a nutshell once activated […]Read More →