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Android apps ask for too many intrusive permissions, Zscaler analysis finds

John E Dunn | July 17, 2014
Ad networks drive sneaky permissions grab.

On top of this are vulnerabilities in Android itself such as the flaw discovered by German outfit Curasec last week that would allow an app running on any version prior to 4.4.4 to make unauthorised phone calls.

 

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