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Vulnerability means Android developers must update to Dropbox’s latest SDK

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Mar
2015
Vulnerability means Android developers must update to Dropbox’s latest SDK

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Dropbox has issued a fix to its SDK after IBM security researchers found a vulnerability that means Android apps using Dropbox for storage built with an older version of its SDK are vulnerable to data stealing attacks.

IBM’s application security research team has found a way to link their own Dropbox account to an Android app on another person’s phone that connects to the storage service. After a successful attack, any data uploaded by the app is delivered to the attacker’s Dropbox account.

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