Samsung has introduced fingerprint-scanning security as standard into its new flagship Galaxy S5 handset – with Finger Scanner offering secure shopping via Paypal direct from the handset in stores and websites, with a finger-swipe replacing passwords.
Android enthusiasts claim to have discovered a new vulnerability on Samsung smartphones that could allow an attacker to gain administrative access to the device through any installed app.
Yesterday I reported that Samsung laptops were infected with a keystroke logger. This certainly appeared to be the case as a Samsung supervisor reportedly confirmed (http://www.networkworld.com/newsletters/sec/2011/040411sec1.html) that Samsung shipped infected laptops. Samsung has since indicated that this is not the case. This incident has some very important lessons. My entire information supply was polluted and
[Final Update... I think - THERE WAS NO KEYSTROKE LOGGER please see http://blog.eset.com/2011/03/31/samsung-and-i-got-bit-by-a-vipre to find out what happened.] [Update – There will be a new blog about this incident. I relied upon the information at http://www.networkworld.com/newsletters/sec/2011/040411sec1.html that Samsung had confirmed the presence of the keystroke logger in asserting that the laprops were infected. Since then