Samsung rushes out fix for Galaxy S10 fingerprint security flaw

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Fingerprint security flaw fix too late to stop NatWest and Nationwide withdrawing support in their mobile banking apps

Samsung has rushed out a fix for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 fingerprint security flaw that enabled anyone to unlock the devices if they were covered with particular third-party screen protectors. ...

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