Google patches Android security flaw (ZDNet Asia)

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

T-Mobile and Google are distributing a patch to close a browser security hole that came to light in late October. For me, the update went smoothly.

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Google patches Android security flaw (CNET)

Sunday, November 2nd, 2008

T-Mobile and Google are distributing a patch to close a browser security hole that came to light in late October. For me, the update went smoothly.

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Google patches Android security flaw (CNET via Yahoo! News)

Sunday, November 2nd, 2008

Google has begun distributing a patch to its Android mobile phone operating system, an early test for how nimbly the company can respond and how well the infrastructure works to distribute and install updates.

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Security Flaw In Yahoo Mail Exposes Plaintext Authentication Info (Slashdot)

Saturday, September 27th, 2008

holdenkarau writes “Yahoo!’s acquisition of open source mail client Zimbra has apparently brought some baggage to the mail team. The new Yahoo! desktop program transmits the authentication information in plain text. The flaw was discovered during a Yahoo ‘hacku’ Day at the University of Waterloo (the only Canadian school part of the trip). Compared to the recent news about Gmail exposing the …

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