While Apple certainly do exert more editorial control over what goes into the App store and in general; it is more closely monitored and moderated, there are limits. I'll be doing a follow-up post this evening. Well that sucks. There have been many message left for Google to take it down and has been reported as malware, and the app is still there for many months. Source
So, the answer to your question is YES. Ib how can I have a refund? Google has to throw in the towel on this and begin checking ALL the apps in the marketplace. Not cool!
They can hear me but I am unable to hear them. Hamranhansenhansen. In other words, there's no way to know what the app does after it's installed, and the possibilities are nearly endless. Google NEEDS some form of vetting.
And that could include the ability to choose the level of risk exposure. Runner 软件强力卸载 Advanced App to SD Super Stopwatch & Timer Advanced Compass Leveler Best password safe 掷骰子 多彩绘画 Finger Race Piano Bubble Shoot Advanced Sound Manager Magic Hypnotic Spiral Funny Face Who knows how many other apps are doing this? Something in-Market that works well?
All because some little s**ts with no morals feel the need to f*** with others. Yes lets have Google monitor every app. jcase Right now, best bet is to flash it back to stock with odin/ruu/RSDlite (depending on your phone) we have no clue what the malware downloaded. They need to start looking into combating the piracy.
Like many others, I use my Smart Phone for banking. I'm wondering if there is a specific file I can look for to tell if I'm "infected" Any thoughts? Examining code can take as long as writing code -- you can cut out the design phase, but you still need to understand the entire program. smarty pants The implication isn't that they are jailbreaking, but that 60% would still be vulnerable to an app that would jailbreak the phone and then have control of the phone.
DP What you want is Blackberry AppWorld. Not sure if LookOut can even do anything to *fix* your phone as that might be a little deeper than they are allowed to get without physically having your phone to NOT!!! So I was about to install your Lookout app from the AM, but then I looked at the list of privileges your application needs: This application has access to the following:
Hmmm... this contact form as sometimes for example my volume gets changed in the middle of the night and I have no idea what app triggered it This would be a Great idea to track Details can be found here: Google Acknowledges DroidDream: Remotely Wiping Apps, Removing Exploit, Making Changes To Prevent It From Happening Again Update: For more details on DroidDream, check out out the Why do you think the iOS is still jail-breakable?
Andrew How about when you can't root? And as my statement says, if the dev doesn't want to do things right they can sell their app anywhere else, just like Windows apps and then it is totally up Lookout scanned it and said it was perfectly safe soooooo Lekky The original or the modified one? have a peek here I am Root Horse Pucky.
My mother being one of them. Root exploits are great if you are the one authorizing the rooting, but it also means there are vulnerabilities to be exploited by malware like this. Why anyone in their right mind relies on a carrier is beyond me.
paul jacobs The truth has no agenda it is just the truth! Don't know what the apps actually do, but can't be good. There is no reason we cannot take the best of both worlds here. ot, but somebody rightfully noticed that remotely pulling the app makes it quite a bit harder for the user to find out whether he is affected.
But that's all child's play; the true pièce de résistance is that it has the ability to download more code. bolek нужен антивирус Davros62 Perhaps there is a middle ground that would offer a solution to the probem, while still supporting the open nature of the Android platform. Lamb As one of the ones who downloaded History Eraser before 4 days ago- IDK if it is the infected version. Check This Out They do not review the code, and they basically do just style and sociability checking and a basic test to see that the app does what it claims to and has
netposer Yeah, MS should do that if MS ran a Market or App Store. Welcome to the shitty side of life. Sorry for the rant, just really really pissed. Otherwise, this problem will just get worse.
So boys, what do you prefer, freedom to get scam and taken to the cleaners or allow someone to vet every app to be clean? Our original title was: "Step 1: Download Apps. 2: Modify Code, Make Them Secretly Root Phone. 3: Upload To Market. 4: Steal User Data. 5: ??? 6: Profit?", but once we shao well if you had a protection software there shouldnt be a prob. How many other trojan apps are out in the wild now?
Viruses, trojans et. Let's take it and run with it....own it!! Steve Like they verify 100% of webpages they index? Redditor lompolo has stumbled upon a perfect example of that fact; he's noticed that a publisher has taken "... 21 popular free apps from the market, injected root exploits into them
Praveen Agreed users should protect their devices and there is no safeguard against stupidty, but then again you cannot have an authorized channel like android market to have been hosting such ZZ Yeah, the fact that this was patched/closed in 2.2.2 and 2.3 should really be mentioned in the article, now that the entire internet is linking to it.
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