88 ‘High Risk’ vulnerabilities discovered in Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’

November 4th, 2010

Worrying for Android users:

Security researchers at Coverity examined some 61 million lines of code from 291 open source projects and compared the results to those for the Android kernel. The researchers picked up on 359 bugs in the Android 2.2 source code, some 25% of which were ranked as ‘high risk’ vulnerabilities that could endanger user privacy.

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