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[2012.12.18] Why Exynos exploit patches may not work as expected + demo app - xda-developers
Thanx, great article
Thanks man. Really great article from someone who really is on our side.
Thanks for all you do.
Avast tells me Exynos abuse is a trojan and asks me to uninstall, what should I do? (my noobness has no limits)
Chainfire, is there a particular place to post questions about Exynos apk?
Thanks for looking out for the community you're a saint man
Thanks Chainfire, you blocked the hole! Seems Supercurio copied your code in his latest version.
Great work bro. Keep it yo.
+Bjørn Helge Eldevik Without even looking at it or testing it, I'm guessing he is delaying the loading of other programs (which only works in very specific case) by making his receiver blocking. Which in some cases works - but in no way does it change the fact that his method is fundamentally flawed, and it still leaves holes left and right.
I have no time to look at it now, maybe tomorrow !
But what about perseus kernel that has patch built inside?
+Giuliano Peretti if you read the article you will find it actually mentions the kernels
I will do what I can to get a few more people to read this, right now the media has them all in a frenzy. I am not very popular on the internet but I will retweet and all that nonsense.
SE Android allows us to mitigate this completely. I'm in the process of bringing SE Android up on a Note 2 which has /dev/exynos-mem and am writing the policy very carefully to only allow things that absolutely need access. http://selinuxproject.org/page/SEAndroid if you haven't heard of it...
Sorry but I read " We're going to talk about three solutions here:RyanZA's ExynosMemFixSupercurio's Voodoo Anti ExynosMemAbuse v0.6Chainfire's ExynosAbuse APK" nothing about perseus kernel, and searched but nothing, maybe my fault
+Giuliano Peretti I think what he means is that the real fix is using custom kernel that already patch the exploit
+Giuliano Peretti If I use the browser's search function to search for kernel in the page, on line three, I find: "the only true solution is a kernel fix"... seems clear to me.
Thanks for the article and the patch Chainfire. Good read. With any luck Samsung will respond quickly.
+Shiraz Adil : Dont be holding your breath...
hello, how can I delete the exploited patch that I installed and rooted my phone? Thanks
So if in dev folder i don't have the exynos folder, i'm not exposed? Thank's.
I have updated my s2 to jellybean with you totiorials thanks
After I updated to 4.1
2 it cant work anymore
i need help,my brother!i pressed the"one click secure exploit patch" with my S2.....camera disabled!please teach me how to fix,i beg you,my brother!thx a lot
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