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Security researcher @kylelady, working for an endpoint visibility software company, announces that most Android phones, with the exception of Nexus and now Samsung, are missing security patches that could prevent a malicious app from bypassing all security on your device. Readers remain confused as to whether this is a real issue or just a security company hyping their product. The lack of any stats for other phones or manufacturers is disappointing as well - does this apply to less popular manufacturers like Oppo? Or are just several major manufacturers so far behind on security patches?
Via , who do add only hype not information to this corporate press release in http://www.androidauthority.com/only-nexus-samsung-secure-701287/