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Android 4.3 Gets A Security Glitch
Jelly bean or android 4.3, a software that is on most devices which were released from about 2012 onwards. While most people end up changing their phones to the newer models sooner or later, there are some who may have a 3 year old phone. While ...
 Mizany6 days ago
Over 1 Billion Android Devices Under ...
The malicious bug in Android WebView is affecting all the devices running Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) or earlier. Google's open source mobile platform, Android, has always been the target of attackers. Android gives access to wide range of API to ...
 EFYTimes.com1 week ago
Google's New Android Patch Policy Puts 939 Million Users at Risk: Report
Google has reportedly stopped providing security updates for the WebView tool on Android version Jelly Bean and below. A security research publication, Rapid7 has claimed that the Mountain View giant had stopped providing patches for WebView tool ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago
Google stops Android 4.3 Jelly Bean web patch dev
Google will no longer develop patches for the WebView renderer in Android 4.3 and older, with security researchers claiming that leaves nearly a billion users at risk. Google has indicated that it will no longer develop security patches for the ...
 Bit-Tech.net2 weeks ago
Google Ditches Patches for 930 Million Android Users
Google is discontinuing patches for the Android web browser for users with devices running on Android Jelly Bean and earlier. With 60 percent of Android users falling into that camp, it translates to about 930 million vulnerable devices. ...
 Infosecurity Today2 weeks ago
Yahoo! News
Google Ends Crucial Fixes for Android Jelly Bean
If you've got one of the 930 million or so Android devices that run 4.3 Jelly Bean or earlier, you may want to steer clear of the standard Android Web browser and any apps that can view websites. Google has discontinued updates for its WebView ...
 Yahoo! News2 weeks ago
The Hacker News
Got a Smartphone with Android 4.3 or earlier? No WebView Vulnerability Patch for You
Owning a smartphone running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or an earlier versions of Android operating system ?? Then you are at a great risk, and may be this will never end. Yes, you heard right. If you are also one of millions of users still running ...
 The Hacker News1 week ago
What Google's Unpatched Android Flaws Mean for You
Google caused a stir in the information-security industry this month by publicly disclosing flaws in the software of its rivals Apple and Microsoft. But now Google is itself taking heat for leaving two flaws in its own Android mobile operating ...
 Yahoo! News9 hours ago
Patching old Android browsers is too much effort, says Google
Patching the WebView extension used by over 60 percent of Android devices is too much effort, according to Google's head of Android security, Adrian Ludwig. Ludwig moved to calm concerns about Google's decision to cut support for the WebView ...
 V3.co.uk1 day ago
CNET News
​Google leaves most Android users exposed to hackers
An executive confirms Google has no plans to fix a security hole in the default browser for older versions of Android, which are relied on by around 60 percent of all Android users. People using phones and tablets running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean ...
 CNET News3 days ago
NDTV
Google Responds to Concerns Over Widespread Android WebView Vulnerability
Google has issued a statement regarding the recently reported WebView security flaw that affects devices running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and older versions, a flaw that potentially puts over 900 million users at risk. The statement is essentially a ...
 NDTV3 days ago
Sci-Tech Today
Google Won't Fix Old Android Bugs
Life is about to get a lot more difficult for Android users running older versions of the mobile operating system. Google has decided not to develop patches for Android 4.3 and earlier versions, according to a security researcher. That decision ...
 Sci-Tech Today2 weeks ago
InsiderMonkey.com
Use Android 4.3 Or Older? Google Inc (GOOGL) Has Just Abandoned You
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) , overseer of the world's largest mobile operating system, has just abandoned more than 930 million Android users and left them and security researchers to fend for themselves in case hackers exploit a particular core ...
 InsiderMonkey.com2 weeks ago
TheInquirer.net
Google has flushed 930 million legacy Android users down a security toilet
GOOGLE USERS are reportedly weeping into their Android devices because the chosen provider has deemed an update to the operating system to be unnecessary. The problem for the many, many users is that a vulnerability needs fixing, at least on the ...
 TheInquirer.net2 weeks ago
Houston Chronicle
Got a phone with Android 4.3 or earlier? No WebView security patches for you!
It's not unusual for a developer to quit updating software after a certain amount of time. After all, developers have a limited amount of resources, and as older software declines in use, it doesn't make financial sense to keep patching code with a ...
 Houston Chronicle2 weeks ago
Google Stops Patching Vulnerabilities in Old Versions of Android
Vulnerabilities found in WebView and possibly other components included in old versions of the Android operating system will no longer be patched by Google, researchers have learned. WebView is a component that's used to display Web pages on ...
 Security Week2 weeks ago
Phone Arena
Android 5.0.2 update reportedly rolling out to Moto G (2014) units in the US
was released for the original Nexus 7 tablet, the update is now making its way to handsets, as users across the US are reporting an OTA push to their Moto G (2014) units. Google isn't being very vocal about what's new in the 5.0.2 patch, but ...
 Phone Arena2 weeks ago
Threatpost
Google Passes on Older Android Patches; 930 Million Devices Vulnerable
Hackers may have a perpetual shooting gallery of unpatched Android vulnerabilities at their disposal after it was disclosed today that Google no longer will provide WebView patches for older versions of its operating system. Researchers at Rapid7 ...
 Threatpost2 weeks ago
Google Isn't Fixing Some Old Android Bugs
Google appears to no longer be fixing security flaws in the oldest versions of its smartphone Internet browser. The new policy applies to the default browser in Android version 4.3, released in mid-2013 and known as Jelly Bean, and earlier. Rafay ...
 Austin American Statesman2 weeks ago
​Google stops providing patches for pre-KitKat WebView, abandons 930 million users
Summary: The next time hackers find a bug in Android WebView, Google will leave it up to the good will of researchers to respond. If you're one of millions of people still running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or earlier, you won't get any security ...
 ZDNet2 weeks ago
Top Tech News
Google Nixes Patches for 930 Million Android Users
Life is about to get a lot more difficult for Android users running older versions of the mobile operating system. Google has decided not to develop patches for Android 4.3 and earlier versions, according to a security researcher. That decision ...
 Top Tech News2 weeks ago
CNET.co.uk
​Google leaves most Android users exposed to hackers An executive confirms Google has no plans to fix a security hole in the default browser for older versions of Android, which around 60 percent of all Android users rely on.
An executive confirms Google has no plans to fix a security hole in the default browser for older versions of Android, which around 60 percent of all Android users rely on. People using phones and tablets running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or older ...
 CNET.co.uk9 hours ago
Google Isn't Fixing Some Old Android Bugs
The previously undisclosed move could leave some users with older phones exposed to snooping by hackers and spies, security researchers said. The new policy applies to the default browser in Android version 4.3, released in mid-2013 and known as ...
 Linux Today2 weeks ago
NewsFactor Network
Google Won't Fix Old Android Bugs
Life is about to get a lot more difficult for Android users running older versions of the mobile operating system. Google has decided not to develop patches for Android 4.3 and earlier versions, according to a security researcher. That decision ...
 NewsFactor Network2 weeks ago
NewsFactor Network
Google Nixes Patches for 930 Million Android Users
Life is about to get a lot more difficult for Android users running older versions of the mobile operating system. Google has decided not to develop patches for Android 4.3 and earlier versions, according to a security researcher. That decision ...
 NewsFactor Network2 weeks ago
Sci-Tech Today
Google Nixes Patches for 930 Million Android Users
Life is about to get a lot more difficult for Android users running older versions of the mobile operating system. Google has decided not to develop patches for Android 4.3 and earlier versions, according to a security researcher. That decision ...
 Sci-Tech Today2 weeks ago
CIO Today
Google Nixes Patches for 930 Million Android Users
Life is about to get a lot more difficult for Android users running older versions of the mobile operating system. Google has decided not to develop patches for Android 4.3 and earlier versions, according to a security researcher. That decision ...
 CIO Today2 weeks ago
Mobile Tech Today
Google Nixes Patches for 930 Million Android Users
Life is about to get a lot more difficult for Android users running older versions of the mobile operating system. Google has decided not to develop patches for Android 4.3 and earlier versions, according to a security researcher. That decision ...
 Mobile Tech Today2 weeks ago

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