Samsung is having a great time in the market with nothing to complain about, when it comes to device sales at least. But the past few days have been nothing short of embarrassing for the company, with reports claiming that devices running on a few Exynos chipsets (4210 and 4412) are vulnerable to privacy attacks.
Samsung is currently dominating the Android sphere with its Galaxy line of flagships, the Galaxy S III, the Galaxy Note II to name a few. But did you know that these top of the line droids have a major security flaw and are very vulnerable to malicious content and privacy hackers? This new bug has