G1 Security Flaw Exposed, Google PO-edGeneral


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  1. phandroid

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    A group of security researchers exposed a flaw in the web browser on the T-Mobile G1 that could potentially allow trojans and keyloggers to install themsevles on your phone if you visited an infected website. The stars would somehow have to align for someone to fall victim: A malicious developer would need to know what the [...]

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    drustvold Well-Known Member

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    Headline "Android is an operating system! There could be security flaws!"

    I suggest that everyone panic. :rolleyes:
     
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    punkzanyj Well-Known Member

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    Ha ha, that's why you put a condom over your phone before visiting sites in the red light district.
     
  5. Syrax

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    Let's pay a lil more attention; we're trying to avoid the trojans. Let's all stick to Durex. ;) Is there a list of such said websites?
     
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    This can't be good... uh oh.
     

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