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I found a small vulnerability within the default web browser, here is the ticket. Submitted last year.

Issue 42647: Android Web Browser, JavaScript Popup Bug. Tested on 11 Jan 2013. Vulnerability on Android OS 4.1.2 jelly-bean on the samsung galaxy s3, this may also work on other phones.

Loop vulnerability in mobiles default browser.

I also created a method, on how to fix the vulnerability.

Type-Security Priority-Medium

Submitted to: Android https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/list

E.g. Was this the correct place, to submit, as the bug is still active. Tested on the Sony Xperia M. 05/11/14.

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    I'd say so. With the exception of vuls which could be exploited to gain root permissions – those should go to XDA, so they can make a rooting tool ;) – Izzy Nov 5 '14 at 16:00
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    If I managed to stumble across a vulnerability that could* modify root, XDA would be the first place to divulge that information. I am one to believe in technology openness. – Mattlinux1 Nov 5 '14 at 16:09

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