Will this proprietary application also constantly watch for abnormal *user* (phone owner) behavior?
good joke ithehappy, 31 Aug 2015" Android's Stagefright vulnerability was so serious it had phone makers pledging left an... morei keep thinking of that one post where they found out that ios was just as vulnerable as everything else , while reading your comment.
Umbilical Noose, 31 Aug 2015I s'pse you don't do much online shopping over your phone?I believe he uses his phone for selfie most of the times. Eventually, battery life is important to him.
Bah on CyanogenMod Stagefright, Certifigate and one other bug was fixed two weeks before it was even made public. That said, this organic programminjg really interests me as it fixes new problems as they arise, very clever :)
Gibbs-kamhagh, 31 Aug 2015Hooe it doesn't effect performance and battery :/ security is less important FOR MEI s'pse you don't do much online shopping over your phone?
When talking about android's malware 'problem', the term 'overblown' can't stay out of my head for long.
The stagefright 'issue' was honestly as simple as disabling auto-retrieve of MMSes. *sigh*
But as always the sky was allegedly falling.
Actually. Stagefright was another over exaggerated issue. Yes it's big. But Android also has had other forms of built in protection.
Hooe it doesn't effect performance and battery :/ security is less important FOR ME
" Android's Stagefright vulnerability was so serious it had phone makers pledging left and right that they will provide security updates for their handsets. "
Which phones makers are you referring to? Only Samsung, LG announced that they will provide security updates but ONLY to their flagship smartphone. No other phone makes are STILL not serious about Android security. And frankly speaking, only security in Android is a joke. Only Apple iPhone are the only smartphone that get regular update and are more secure than Android. And Android is so fragmented. Bye bye Android, if you care about security.