It’s no secret is that the smartphone is the modern man’s best friend. Over 7 billion mobile devices are being used today all around the world and they are multiplying 5 times faster than human beings. With the astronomical amounts of private information being transferred worldwide, the need for strong mobile security has become paramount. Unfortunately,
Samsung is currently topping sales charts worldwide with a wide range of Android powered phones catering to virtually all market segments. This mass distribution of mobile devices has magnified the importance of creating secure mobile applications. Unfortunately, a CSRF loophole has been found in one of the the South Korean phone manufacturer’s proprietary applications.
Smartphones are getting smarter and the risks involved in using them are also getting bigger. More and more security issues are popping up in today’s mobile phones. The latest high-profile vulnerability has been exposed in a wide range of mainstream Samsung devices, sold in millions all around the world. Replicant has published a proof-of-concept software
The Galaxy S4, Samsung’s flagship device of 2013, is selling like hotcakes. The Korean giant has shipped over 40 million units in less than seven months. But not all has been rosy in recent weeks. The S4 has a serious security glitch, exposing all Samsung Account details and giving sniffers full access to private information.