The more the system spreads the more it will be a target
It has nothing to do with open source
Look at Windows (pc) it's not secure also like android
And it's closed system
The market share makes it more varnuable
Great idea... The Galaxy Alpha becomes every so much appealing. If only my Nokia Lumia 820 was not so slick & reliable....
Anonymous, 14 Nov 2014so their upcoming smartphone will rebranded as 'blacksung'??? or 'samberry'??? haha...or hairyBerry
this partnership is good for blackberry. Not so much for Samsung, since their profit drops had absolutely nothing to do with security issues with their phones.
so their upcoming smartphone will rebranded as 'blacksung'??? or 'samberry'??? haha...
As long as it still fully open source, it will never be secure. No matter how good they (google) writes encryption mechanism, it will be useless if all people can read their code.
They have to keep one part of android opensource, and make the rest closed source.
Andriod can never be secure is too open to be secure. Even you bring in the best secure platform. Sammy is doing this to make knox popula not because they have BES12 in mind
Imagine a device called the Samsung Galaxy Fortress or Samsung Galaxy Blackhole.
hi, 14 Nov 2014Moto G has best security.i wonder what kind of plastic does moto use to make your cheap phone.
even a 3rd class developer can leak android security grow up OEMs, Android can never be secure
All this volatility, collaboration, break up of old partnerships etc is good for one thing, as fanboys discover how stupid fanboyism actually is.
Tim, 14 Nov 2014Wow - finally Samsung and Android admits its security package leaks like a sieve. Not really. It's just a smarter shortcut to get it done. Rather than having to fight for KNOX to get recognized, might as well try to court BB in and work with their BES. Hardly rocket science.
I don't see how Android's security strength is that big of a deal in general considering there's also BYOD solutions out there that can deal with devices just fine.
Tim, 14 Nov 2014Wow - finally Samsung and Android admits its security package leaks like a sieve. I don't hear about nudes leaking on Androids...