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Submitted by AgentWhite 589d ago | news

Suspected security hole found in many Samsung devices

Cnet : Developer finds vulnerability in Exynos 4-powered devices, including the Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note, that bypasses system permissions, letting data be extracted from RAM or malicious code be injected. (Gadgets, Phones, Samsung, Software)

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