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From a security POV, you're exposing yourself to every security vulnerability that has been patched since you last applied updates. There's far too huge a number to really be aware of every single security flaw, but you can get a decent idea by looking at the List of Android Security Vulnerabilities and using the buttons at the top to include only higher ...


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Here are some defenses against reverse-engineering patches I've seen in the wild. Publicly announce when a critical patch is going to be available. Making sure that both attackers and your customers get access to the patch at the same time allow your customers to patch everything they need to patch before attackers have enough time to develop their ...


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