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Submission + - Android 'Master Key' Found (bbc.co.uk) 1

multimediavt writes: According to BBC news, 'A "master key" that could give cyber-thieves unfettered access to almost any Android phone has been discovered by security research firm BlueBox.

The bug could be exploited to let an attacker do what they want to a phone including stealing data, eavesdropping or using it to send junk messages.'

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Android 'Master Key' Found

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