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The recently revealed security bug (CVE-2016-5696) in the TCP implementation in the Linux kernel that could allow attackers to hijack unencrypted web traffic without an MitM position also affects some 1.4 billion Android devices, Lookout researchers have warned.

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Google is working on fixing a hole in Android that can allow someone to snoop around on an unencrypted WiFi network and access the user’s calendar and contact data on Android powered smartphones.Google announced on 18,April-2011 that the flaw, which was first detected by researchers from the University of Ulm in Germany, occurs in the […]

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There’s good news for any owners of Android devices worried about the recently announced security vulnerability that could allow allow unauthorised parties to snoop on your Google Calendar and Contacts information. Google has already started rolling out a fix! The issue had already been fixed in Android 2.3.4 (codenamed Gingerbread), but as we mentioned earlier […]

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