back to article Beware the IDEs of Android: three biggies have vulnerabilities

Developers using the Android Studio, Eclipse, and IntelliJ IDEA have been advised to update their IDEs against serious and easily-exploitable vulnerabilities. Check Point Software Technologies went public with the bugs on December 4, but said it made its discoveries in May 2017. Initially, Check point's four researchers (Eran …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward


    Given eclipse hasn't been a supported idea for 3 years. But then it's checkpoint, the laughing stock of the security industry...

    Bonus clickbait points for the writer too, for adding android into the title, when it's really about development tools that are used by android developers.

    1. Stese

      Re: Desperation

      Eclipse not supported? Cite your source!...

      The latest version (oxygen) was released June 2017, and has been receiving patches...

  2. sloshnmosh

    Santoku VM

    I use Santoku Linux on a virtual machine for decompiling APK's.

    But it too uses outdated Java SDK's.

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