Yesterday a report hit the web that there is a big scary bug in Swiftkey which comes preinstalled on Samsung devices including the Galaxy S6! The report claims that over 600 million users of these Samsung devices are affected by the security flaw and should be alarmed. While there is a bug present it is incredibly unlikely that a hacker could actually use this flaw to do any damage to you. The time of opportunity for a would be hacker is very small. The moment of opportunity happens when your Samsung device takes a language update for the stock keyboard which is the SwiftKey keyboard. You would need to be taking this update on an insecure public wifi network. The would be hacker would need to know that your phone was in the process of taking the quick language update at which point he or she would be able to hack upstream traffic giving them access to your GPS, camera, or microphone. They could even install malicious apps, listen to calls, or access personal files and data. Keep in mind this scenario is HIGHLY unlikely. Samsung has already released their statement, and as would be expected they will be releasing a fix for this ASAP! Samsung's Statement, Expect the fix in the coming days.