viernes, 26 de enero de 2018

OnePlus releases statement about clipboard data accusation

We've learned in the past few years how much of a double-edged sword the internet could be with how quickly stories can go viral or be blown out of proportion. Last time, a particular Twitter user thought he found information that proved OnePlus was sending usage stats to a server in China. While he did find the framework for a system app to send this information. It was actually disabled and inactive. The same Twitter user uncovers similar information when (seemingly) messing with a decompiled version of the clipboard app. Unfortunately, the OP only provided the framework and code but was...



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We've learned in the past few years how much of a double-edged sword the internet could be with how quickly stories can go viral or be blown out of proportion. Last time, a particular Twitter user thought he found information that proved OnePlus was sending usage stats to a server in China. While he did find the framework for a system app to send this information. It was actually disabled and inactive. The same Twitter user uncovers similar information when (seemingly) messing with a decompiled version of the clipboard app. Unfortunately, the OP only provided the framework and code but was...



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