If you’re an iOS user then it’s a high probability that you’ve heard about the security flaws found in iPhone recently. If you haven’t then you can read about it here.
This time it’s Android which is in the buzz these days. Specifically, it’s the creative phablet Samsung Galaxy Note series which is in the news. A Youtuber named Terence Eden recently uploaded a video on Youtube demonstrating the security flaw in the Samsung Galaxy Note series. The vulnerability shows how a user can bypass the lock screen and access the apps or calls from the home screen of Android OS. This vulnerability was demonstrated on Note series running on Android stock OS. Though a user can only access the home screen for a second or two that timespan is enough to make a call or open any app on the home screen if you’re quick enough.
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As a (proud) owner of the Galaxy Note series, I gave it a try and found out that the demonstrated procedure actually works just fine. Not good news for Note series users.
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Galaxy Note Lock Screen Bypass Vulnerability
I wonder if it’s just Galaxy Note II which is having this vulnerability or maybe it’s the same for the Galaxy lineup running Android such as the Samsung Galaxy S series. Well, my colleague has a Galaxy S series so I reckon that it’s time to test it out on an S series as well. I’ll update this post after checking that on a Galaxy S series soon. Till then, happy hacking!
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