Thru an intensive diagnosis of the core Android OS 2.2 codenamed Froyo, the corporate Coverity, which focuses on pc safety, has revealed many safety flaws permit malicious individuals to realize get right of entry to to private data of customers.


The analysis comprises 61 million lines of open source code from 291 projects (including Apache, Linux, PHP, and Samba) has found 359 vulnerabilities, 88 are classified as "highly elevated."

According to Coverity, we could find this series of flaws in other Android devices.

The faults will not be disclosed to the public. Hopefully Google will correct its OS before its major release scheduled for December (or soon to be January).

For more ihelplounge iPhone News, iPhone Help  iPhone Firmware, iPhone Accessories, and

iPhone Jailbreak coverage:


My Facebook My Twitter My YouTubeMy TechnoratiMy Flickr  

Enhanced by Zemanta

Follow us on Twitter, subscribe to our Facebook Page, find us on LinkedIn