Android sandbox cross-application scripting
|android-sandbox-cas (68937)||Medium Risk|
Andoid is vulnerable to cross-application scripting caused by an error related to the URL loading of the Android browser. If a malicious application is installed and used, a remote attacker could bypass the sandbox to inject and execute arbitrary script code in the context of an arbitrary domain.
Upgrade to the latest version of Android (3.2 or later), available from the Android Web site. See References.
- Android Web site: Android.
- IBM Rational Application Security Research Group White Paper: Android Browser Cross-Application Scripting.
- BID-48954: Open Handset Alliance Android Browser Sandbox Security Bypass Vulnerability
- SA45457: Android Browser Sandbox Security Bypass Security Issue
- Google Android 3.1
Jul 31, 2011
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