Updated 20 Jun, 2013, 5:32 pm IST
Samsung gives official statement on Exynos exploit, working on fix
| by Shunal Doke |
After the recent reveal of an exploit in devices based on Exynos 4 processors, Samsung has now officially released a statement, according to Android Central. Samsung has also revealed that to exploit the flaw, a malicious app has to be specifically coded to do so.
The Galaxy S II is one of the devices at risk
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