Sunday, 25 August 2013

Android Smartphone Users At Risk Of Attack

Android Smartphone Users At Risk Of Attack: Notice issued on 23/7 by DHS and FBI, Android the mobile operating system the most popular in the world continues to be the object of attack by the market share and open architecture of it.
Android Smartphone Users At Risk Of Attack
In the announcement, said: 44% of Android users are still using version 2.3.3 to 2.3.7 - or Gingerbread - was launched in 2011 and exists many security holes have been patched in later versions.

Android leads market smartphones with 80% global market share. Although used more in the consumer market instead of the market, DHS and FBI warnings software needs to be updated rapidly as more and more authorities for Android.

The two agencies launched a number of people at risk are older versions of Android users including viruses can send messages without the user knowing it, causing high phone bill surprises Rootkit tool to record the location and user password domain name Google Play fake, trick users into installing malicious software infection for hackers to steal sensitive information.

The latest version of Android 4.3 - Jelly Bean is considered safer to have preinstalled feature allows users to scan installed applications to detect signs of malicious code.

1 comment:

  1. If you’re an Android smartphone user, you may want to pay attention to this security vulnerability which was first reported by Bluebox Security. android


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