A serious vulnerability in most versions of Android has been revealed before any major phone vendors have released patches for their devices.
Evidence exists online that Catch of the Day could have disclosed its May 2011 vulnerability back in February 2012 but chose not to.
Online daily dealing shopping site catchoftheday.com.au has written to its customers to advise them that some of their details may have been compromised ... three years ago.
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