It was just recently when we brought you word that the Exynos 4210 and Exynos 4412-powered devices do come with major vulnerability flaws, and it is a good thing that Samsung has taken note of this particularly galling situation and done something about it, working hard to fix the hardware issues. In fact, Samsung hopes to get this fix out as soon as possible, as with all the other device owners that have both the Exynos 5210 and Exynos 4412 running at the heart of things.
Samsung, however, has reassured users that this particular security vulnerability will not affect the majority of those who have installed reputable and authenticated apps, so you should not be having sleepless nights about some malicious folks gaining R/W access to physical memory. Let us keep our fingers crossed that an early Christmas present by the folks at Samsung would get the job done, as now is not the time to keep to the adage, “Better late than never.”
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