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Questions tagged [Android] should focus on security of the operating system itself, or of Android-specific apps. Questions about Android that are not directly security-related should be asked at android.stackexchange.com.

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://developer.android.com/tools/publishing/app-signing.html As you know, both MD5 and SHA1 are considered seriously flawed (With MD5 badly broken in practice too). So is signing android apk files with SHA1 hash … secure enough? If no, Google guys should know about that and I am wondering why they have provided such an example. Can I use another algorithm for signing android apks? …
asked Mar 30 '16 by user273084