Firewall design flaw exposed, potentially dangerous to smartphones
2. QinEmpire posted on 22 May 2012, 08:11 0
Haha infecting android with carrier..
Now we have malware, spyware & carrierspyware for Android that can't handle security well.
5. gallitoking posted on 22 May 2012, 11:34 0
yes more secure than iOs.. right?.. the backpedaling begins... below
6. frydaexiii posted on 22 May 2012, 11:48 2
Then explain why the military and huge companies are using Android? Oh right, because iOS is for kids and no one will want to hack a kid's OS.
8. gallitoking posted on 22 May 2012, 12:05 1
iOs for kids?.. wow.. we are in a grown up conversation here.. call you dad ok.. son
9. gallitoking posted on 22 May 2012, 12:07 0
but will give you a second change...if it is so secure how you explain this article.. hmmmm
10. frydaexiii posted on 22 May 2012, 12:30 1
Ok, I'll take that second change...like megadirk said, Android won't install anything you don't allow it to..., so basically if someone was an idiot...like you and just installed and allowed any app to be installed,... they're just asking for it...it doesn't matter if the OS is secure or not, just if the user is an idiot or not...Was that so hard to understand?... Kid OS fanboy?
11. gallitoking posted on 22 May 2012, 14:02 0
so then this article has no place here in PA as most of you don't allow it? it should run in the newspaper so the Android users that don't visit tech websites can see this. Agree with you on that you should never allow downloads from xyz places , but you know what it happens and it happens as often that is an issue here.. making it unsecure, which brings me to my point. Android is unsecure... for most people..
13. iphoneisthebest79 posted on 23 May 2012, 05:27 0
don't waste your time talking to an android user, android its like a public WC every one can s**t in it.
IOS control each application before put it in apple store ... for that reason APPLE IS MORE SAFE THAN ANDROID
7. megadirk posted on 22 May 2012, 11:58 0
The unassigned code that will be supposedly installed, once again, will have to be allowed by the user. Nothing gets installed without the user's say so on any current mobile OS, even if you have the "allow unknown sources" box checked on the Android OS.
12. iphoneisthebest79 posted on 23 May 2012, 05:21 0
a jailbroken IPHONE is more safe than a brand new non rooted Android.
once again iphone rule