October 22, 2012

Android apps used by millions vulnerable to password, e-mail theft

Snapz Pro XScreenSnapz001.jpg Researchers uncover faulty encryption in apps available in Google's Play Market, reports arstechnica.

quotemarksright.jpgAndroid applications downloaded by as many as 185 million users can expose end users' online banking and social networking credentials, e-mail and instant-messaging contents because the programs use inadequate encryption protections, computer scientists have found.quotesmarksleft.jpg

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