Vulnerability Allows Maliciously-Modified Android Apps To Appear Verified
This points to a need for HUGE changes in smartphone security
The fundamental problem is smartphone security isn't taken seriously enough. Not even close. Consider what people store on their phones: It's generally their most personal information - and often times, that of others as well. Photos, account numbers, addresses, SSNs, personal notes, email, chats, SMS... All this on a device that's always connected to the internet. Top off the insecurity with the fact that they carry it around with them, often without even a lockscreen, and it's a r...
How unfortunate for Verizon handset owners.
Amount of people...
Personally I dont download anything unless I have a trusted source whether its on mobile or on my PC.
I rooted ...