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When RMS Goes Wrong: Samsung Security Flaw

Posted by Sarah Duncan on Apr 14, 2014 9:57:45 AM

Awhile back, I wrote a post (Shocked by an Android) singing the praises of Samsung for supporting RMS in their native Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync email client for Android. Today, however, I'm here to report on a security flaw we've discovered in that implementation of RMS.

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Topics: Rights Management Services, Samsung security flaw, Android Security flaw, Industry Trends, Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, RMS, Samsung email, Android, Blog, Android RMS, Samsung

Shocked by an Android

Posted by Sarah Duncan on May 23, 2012 8:08:50 AM

Stunned is the word for it. There I was getting to know my new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, a tablet running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). I configured the built-in Exchange ActiveSync client (using certificate-based authentication, but that's a discussion for another day) and was browsing around the interface when I spotted an oddly familiar-looking icon. "Hmmm," I said, "I wonder what that button does."

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Topics: Active Directory Rights Management Services, Microsoft Active Directory AD, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, IT Security, Industry Trends, Microsoft Active Directory, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, Data Protection, Ice Cream Sandwich, RMS, Rights Management System, Android 4.0, Android, Blog, AD, AD RMS

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