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Android 4.1.1 Devices are Vulnerable to Heartbleed

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/04/13

Whereas the OpenSSL heartbleed vulnerability investigations initially were aimed towards servers, over the last few days the client side got more attention.

Ouch. This might count for more than 30% of the Android devices out there: Android 4.1.1 Devices are Vulnerable to Heartbleed.

Time to check which Android version your device is running.

The @Lookout security firm did some statistics and published them on Twitter:

Detector app data: Germany has the most affected phones at 12.46%. Check out our geographical break down:

What it comes down to is that Germany has bot the highest:

  • Percentage of vulnerable Android devices
  • Number of vulnerable Android devices


One Response to “Android 4.1.1 Devices are Vulnerable to Heartbleed”

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