Security analysis finds 14 Android apps that are putting your critical accounts at risk
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Security analysis finds 14 Android apps that are putting your critical accounts at risk

Fourteen apps, which together represent a cumulative 80 million downloads, have serious flaws in the way they handle user logins, according to an analysis by AppBugs.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: venturebeat.com

Not only malicious apps pose a threat to you. Poorly written apps with no security thinking is more common and thus a bigger threat.

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Security analysis finds 14 Android apps that are putting your critical accounts at risk