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Android Security Flaw 'QuadRooter' Hits 900 Million Devices

Researchers have discovered a set of security flaws that could leave more than 900 million Android smartphones and tablets vulnerable to hackers.

(Image: Manuel Faba Ortega/iStockphoto)

(Image: Manuel Faba Ortega/iStockphoto)

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8/9/2016 | 6:04:36 PM
Android Security Flaw Requires Antivirus ?

Thanks for the heads up regarding the Android security flaw.  I have an older Samsung Note II so I guess I am at risk and it is time to install an antivirus program ?

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