600M Samsung Galaxy phones reportedly at security risk due to keyboard flaw | ZDNet
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600M Samsung Galaxy phones reportedly at security risk due to keyboard flaw | ZDNet

A security firm says keyboard language packs are updated over a plain-text, unencrypted connection which opens the door to remote sensor and data access.

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Again, poor implementation without security thinking leaves an open door for hackers to exploit.

See on Scoop.itSecure communication

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600M Samsung Galaxy phones reportedly at security risk due to keyboard flaw | ZDNet