IBM Reveals Android Security FlawMark Melin
A new security hole in Android phones could leave 86 percent of its users at risk to having their passwords and critical information compromised, according to a report in PC Magazine.
IBM discovers Android security flaws
By exploiting the security flaw, which was first discovered by International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM), hackers can obtain banking and virtual private network credentials, PINs, and unlock patterns, the report said. IBM . . .
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