Android has consistently become the casualty of susceptibility strikes. In a play to get security first, Samsung and Google have announced that they’ll be releasing monthly security patches which is shoved over the air. Google has declared that it is going to be releasing monthly OTA upgrades to fix security problems on its Nexus lineup once each month. The most recent patch is available for Nexus 10, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7, Nexus 9, the Nexus 4, as well as the Nexus Player.
Samsung, on the flip side, will be issuing security patches for its Galaxy line of smartphones. “Since applications is always used in new ways, developing a quick reaction procedure to deliver security patches to our apparatus is important to keep them shielded. We consider this new procedure will greatly enhance the security of our apparatus and certainly will aim to supply the very best cellular experience potential for our users.”
Unlike Google Samsung has not supplied details on the release timelines or the eligible apparatus. These measures are being taken in the wake of the discovery of a terrible susceptibility called “Stagefright.”