by Stephen Schenck | March 13, 2014 11:49 AM
Is the data on your smartphone secure: your bank records, your emails, your chat history? Normally, we take steps to protect this info like putting passwords on our handsets, and being diligent about avoiding malware, but is that always enough? Not if the security hole exposing your data is deeply ingrained in system software itself. This week, devs are sounding the alarm over what's being described as a backdoor in certain Samsung devices (both Galaxy-series as well as the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus) that could potentially allow your carrier (or someone impersonating a carrier) to access ...
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