Security experts hit out at Google over refusal to patch Android security flaw exploited by ransomware

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Google refuses to patch security flaw in Android operating system

Despite WannaCry, Google won't patch security flaw present in Android since October 2015

Google has been criticised by security experts for failing to take action on a security flaw behind three-quarters of the ransomware on the Android platform. The security flaw, highlighted by Ch...

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