Epsiode 843 – Google Creating A 3rd party Vulnerability Program For Android Vendors

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Google is getting tired of people thinking the Android software is not as secure as it could be. This episode talks about a new program intended to bring transparency and push 3rd party vendors who are releasing vulnerable devices to fix them faster.

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