Android devices running versions 2.3.3 and below could be susceptible to attack when they are connected to unencrypted Wi-Fi networks. Anyone else on that network could gain access to, modify or delete Android users’ calendars, photos and contacts.
"It is quite easy," the researchers Ulm University from Ulm University in the southern part of Germany, wrote in a blog post Said "The implications of this vulnerability reach from disclosure to loss of personal information."
Google has announced they are working on a fix.
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