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Android Cellphones Handhelds Security

Huge Security Hole In Recent Samsung Devices 153

An anonymous reader writes "A huge security hole has been discovered in recent Samsung devices including phones like the Galaxy S2 and S3. It is possible for every user to obtain root due to a custom faulty memory device created by Samsung." The problem affects phones with the Exynos System-on-Chip.
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Huge Security Hole In Recent Samsung Devices

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