Android apps ‘leak’ personal details


bbc.co.uk
October 22, 2012

Scientists tested 13,500 Android apps and found almost 8% failed to protect bank account and social media logins.

These apps failed to implement standard scrambling systems, allowing “man-in-the-middle” attacks to reveal data that passes back and forth when devices communicate with websites.

Google has yet to comment on the research and its findings.

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