Showing posts from June, 2014

Google rolls out Android os 4.4.3 KitKat factory images: Bug repairs galore, fresh Dialler application

Final month, a leaked changelog had revealed the facts of the forthcoming Google android 4.4.3 update. Right now, T- Mobile has introduced that it offers started rolling out Google android 4.4.3 update for some products in the Nexus clan namely, Nexus 4, Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013). The brand new update has been detailed on Google’s ‘Factory Images for Nexus Devices‘ page. Android customers owning all these Nexus products can install the upgrade themselves, though it could require understanding of flashing a ROM. The upgrade resets your gadget, so an information backup is strongly suggested. The 54MB is also available over-the-air for T-Mobile Nexus customers. And the small size of the update, suggests that this will essentially be a bug-killing update.

Heartbleed fix discovers more security bugs in server codes

Even more security holes have already been uncovered in exactly the same software that has been found to harbour the harmful “Heartbleed” bug. Heartbleed was within security software applied to many websites to make sure data had not been spied upon since it passed backwards and forwards. About 500,000 websites were thought to be susceptible to attacks that exploited the Heartbleed vulnerability.