Android 2.3 security bug shows microSD access vulnerability and that can be exploited to disclose sensitive user information.This security bug allows malicious websites to access and upload the contents of a user’s microSD card……..

A computer security researcher at NC State University, Xuxian Jiang has identified a security vulnerability in the latest version of Google Android version 2.3 which lso known as Gingerbread. The vulnerability gives attackers access to user data – similar to a vulnerability identified in previous iterations of Android, which Google thought it had fixed with the latest version.Android users may give attackers access to personal information.The vulnerability would allow a malicious Web site to read and upload the contents of any file stored on the phone’s microSD (memory) card. Information on the SD card could include saved voicemails, photos or online banking data.The vulnerability would also allow attackers to find out all of the applications installed on a phone nd upload many of the applications onto a remote server.

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