“The study, undertaken by Coverity, revealed 359 flaws, with 25 per cent of of them being ranked as ‘high risk.’This ranking meant they were likely to cause a security breach or crash a device running the operating system,” Scott reports. “Andy Chou, chief scientist and co-founder of Coverity, said… ‘a significant number of these defects are the high risk types that our customers typically fix before shipping their products to market.’”
Scott reports, “Chou said the aim of the report was to give the makers of the software a chance to fix things before they became a problem but the Android study was of Froyo, which is already shipping in a number of mobile devices.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Have fun with your mobile banking, iPhone have-nots!
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan B.” for the heads up.]