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7th June 2014, 05:46 PM   |  #1  
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In light of the seriousness of security, I want to keep this forum as clean as possible. I will be working harder in the future to do so.

What belongs:
Discussions of
~ of vulnerabilities & potential vulnerabilities, with detail.
~ of vulnerability research
~ of exploit development
~ of reverse engineering
~ of application security
~ of physical device security
~ of theoretical attacks/vulnerabilities, with detail.
~ any serious security matter
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Questions on how to unlock a device

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25th September 2014, 09:01 AM   |  #2  
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Hello, I just read this article on The Verge:

What could be the implications for Android users?

For example, my phone appears to be vulnerable, according to the test from the article.
I'm using a Samsung Galaxy Express GT-I8730 running latest CyanogenMod 11 (September 21) from
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