Samsung faces lock screen flaw in many devices

Recently we  heard about the lock screen flaw in iOS6.1 updation. They fix the problem by providing new updation within one week. Now Samsung faces lock screen flaw in many devices. The officials working hard to fix this problem as soon as possible.

Samsung faces lock screen flaw in many devicesThis security flaw has been found in android devices those  runs on android 4.1 Jelly Bean version. According to analysts anyone can launch the applications within the Samsung devices without having unlock the device. First of all anyone who liked to launch the application from the screen have to dial emergency security number in many times. Then with simple touch on the screen will allows you to access any application or widgets.

This security flaw is mainly found in most popular Galaxy Note II and Galaxy SIII devices. Users can also completely disable the lock screen. It is going to be biggest security flaw in Samsung devices. Passwords, PIN, sequences and Face detection are main security policies provided by the Company on popular Galaxy devices.

No one can’t access the applications or widgets from a locked Samsung device so quickly. The repeated dialing of particular keywords or numbers before a swiping on the screen will allows you to access the service. No other android devices report this problem till now. Samsung work hard to fix this problem as soon as possible. As it became the current market leader we can hope that they will solve this problem very soon.

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