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In an advisory, they said the vulnerability "has the same implications as global [cross-site scripting] attack albeit from an installed application rather than another website".
Android 2.2 (Froyo) and versions 2.3.4 and 3.1 (Honeycomb) were vulnerable to the exploits.
Versions 2.3.5 (Gingerbread) and 3.2 had a fix while a release for 2.2 patches was in the pipeline.
"We would like to thank the Android security team for the efficient and quick way in which they handled this security issue," the researchers said.
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