Researchers find phone apps sending data without notification; TaintDroid tool IDs un

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by downtime57, Oct 1, 2010.

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    Ok,

    - Is anybody concerned ?
    - Is this type of monitoring a good thing ?
    - How about flashing that custom-built firmware ? Will this be possible on an X ? Even if it's possible should we ?
    - ?

    Thanks,

    Peter.
     
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    Wowzers! I just uninstalled every app thas wasn't mad by a developer for the hacking android market.
     
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    If people aren't paying attention to user comments and security warnings, then they are burning themselves. It's not a problem with the Android OS or any Android-based phones or even the Android market.

    It's purely user ignorance when it comes to security.
     
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