Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is the most secure version of Android according to a new report.
The past year is the Android platform, which has seen the biggest increase in malware-attacks, and it is still not the right way to go.
But with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, it will be different. According to our site’s Android 4.1 been optimized on the security front.
Many malware attacks on Android devices coming through the memory module in the system because security is not big enough in exactly this area, and it takes advantage of the hackers.
Android 4.0 got, however, implemented a system called “address space layout randomization” (ASLR) making it difficult to utilize memory as input to the system.
But with Android 4.1 is ASLR been optimised even further and is now on par with the rest of the industry, will be turned down.
According to Charlie Miller, the veteran attacker so smartphone is system has been difficult to exploit and penetrate.
-“Jelly Bean will be the first version of Android, which has full ASLR and DEP, so it will be pretty hard to take advantage of the system,” says Charlie Miller for Arstechnica.com.
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