Samsung Electronics said it is working to resolve a vulnerability in its Exynos application processors that conceivably could allow hackers to take control of its Android-based mobile devices. Meanwhile, Trend Micro's mobile security software is now able to detect potential exploits directed at those Samsung products, which include the Galaxy S II and S III smartphones.
Samsung addresses security flaw in processors for mobiles
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