Security flaw discovered on Samsung Galaxy devices, (kind of) allows lock screen bypassing
0. phoneArena 04 Mar 2013, 07:31 posted on
Although the following vulnerability is not likely to expose any sensitive data stored on one's smartphone, its a flaw that must be brought to people's attention. It has been discovered that the Samsung Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S III, and perhaps other of the maker's recent Android smartphones running version 4.1.2 of the OS are affected by a glitch that exposes their home screens for a fraction of a second even if the device is protected by a PIN or pattern...
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