Gmail Android App Weakness Exposed in Researcher Hack

Researchers at the Usenix cybersecurity conference have revealed that they have been able to hack into Gmail's Android app with a 92 percent success rate. The findings were revealed in a paper that was published last week. The researchers also revealed that they could hack into Chase's mobile app and steal images of scanned checks with 83 percent accuracy, and hack into H&R Block's Android app to access social security numbers with a 92 percent success rate.

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