The security of Google's Android is under fire from security researchers who reckon they've identified a browser flaw that could compromise the platform. Meanwhile, users of the first Android handset are busy venting their indignation at being asked to pay for applications. The security issue is a buffer-overflow problem in the …
security SDK for Android announced
Shameless commerce, but relevant: my company, Mocana, just announced a security SDK for Android that readers might be interested in. It's call NanoPhone for Android, and you can download a free trial at http://mocana.com/NanoPhone-Android.html/ -Kurt Stammberger
RE: Android limits the damage..???
Correct. In much the same way that the guillotine does no damage to the soles of your feet.
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