Nowadays a person does not need to be a security expert to hack into your devices or hijack your session, because there are such programs made available for those “hackers”. For example, few months ago there was one popular tool called FireSheep that runs in Mozilla Firefox as a plug-in, it can automate session hijacking attacks over unsecured Wi-Fi networks, allowing anyone to hijack other users in a public network. Although Facebook and Twitter have already patched the vulnerability, the tool still can be used in other websites.
Google has finally released Android 2.3.4 update for Nexus One users, the OTA update is known to have started and some users actually receive it. This update is ONLY for users who has previously updated to Android 2.3.3.
After 3 weeks of using the latest Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread update on my HTC Google Nexus One, I encountered some problems which were quite annoying. Shouldn’t OS update adds features and stability to the system instead of introducing new bugs?
Now Google finally tweeted to confirm that the OTA update has started to roll out to all N1 users. But how long would it take to reach you? If you cannot wait to get gingerbread running on your Nexus One, here’s how to update your phone manually and safely