Donald Trump refuses to give up his insecure Android-based smartphone even after becoming president. He continues to use his old Samsung Galaxy S3 to tweet from his @realDonaldTrump account. The president, who on Jan. 4, called the Democratic National Committee careless with its security while refering to election rival Hillary Clinton’s emails being hacked, is himself quite vulnerable to hacking. Hacking group Anonymous has repeatedly tweeted against Trump and has warned it will be targeting him. The group on Friday attached a screenshot in a tweet explaining how Trump’s phone is vulnerable to hacking as the phone runs on Android 4.4 OS, which is out-of-date with existing security requirements. The tweet mentioned a software called Stagefright which could be used by anyone to hack into the phone.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Yahoo!