Samsung is finally responding to a major security bug that affects the keyboards on its Galaxy smartphones and tablets. The security firm NowSecure revealed the exploit earlier this week, which gives hackers the ability to execute code on Samsung's mobile devices. Today, Samsung announced that it's issuing a fix to its mobile security policies over the next few days. The company also stressed that it didn't think the exploit wasn't much of a threat, since it required a hacker being on an unsecured network with your phone. Also, the company's Knox security software offers kernel protection to prevent malicious code from running. Still, this isn't the sort of exploit any company can ignore, especially when a research firm has already detailed exactly how it works.
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