Samsung flaw allows attackers to bypass Android lock screen
Eden tested this on just one class of handset, the latest U.K. variant of Android 4.1.2 "Jelly Bean" running on two Samsung Galaxy Note II devices. One was rooted, and the other not. Both were running the stock launcher and lock screen.
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