Somewhere, someone is going to make this a thing. Only, it's not really a thing. So let's just get out in front of it here.
Bluebox — the group behind this "Master Key" scare — has an app that will tell you if the exploit is on your phone, or if it's been patched. Cool. But remember:
We're really not all worried about this. Here's the long version of why we're not worried about it.
No evidence that exploit has actually been used, Google spokeswoman tells ZDNet
Last week it emerged that a security vulnerability affecting all current versions of Android could allow applications to be maliciously altered without affecting their cryptographic signatures. You might've heard it referred to as the Android "master key" vulnerability.
At the time it was reported that Samsung's...