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Submission + - New Android App Attack Requires No Permissions (arxiv.org)

cybrpnk2 writes: In this Arxiv paper, three German students present a novel,
highly critical attack that allows unprompted installation of arbitrary
applications from the Android Market. Their attack is based on a single
malicious application, which, in contrast to previously known attacks,
does not require the user to grant it any permissions.

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New Android App Attack Requires No Permissions

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