Samsung's Tizen operating system contains more than 40 security flaws, claims Kaspersky

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Samsung's Tizen an 'open door' with more than 40 serious security flaws
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Samsung's Tizen an 'open door' with more than 40 serious security flaws

Re-use of code from earlier Samsung efforts help make Tizen "the worst code I've ever seen", says security researcher

Samsung's home-grown Tizen operating system has been blasted for containing a series of serious security flaws - making smartwatches, televisions and smartphones based on the operating system equally insecure...

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