According to cyber-security researchers at Israel’s Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Samsung Knox may still not be ready for prime time. The Korean company’s enterprise solution has a “serious vulnerability” that could allow malicious attackers to track emails and record data communications.
This security flaw would allow an attacker to “easily intercept” secure data and modify it, and even insert hostile code that could put a secure network at risk.
Samsung on its end investigated this, claiming that the flaw isn’t as serious as researches made it out to be. The company said that their testing was done on a phone without the full corporate client software package installed.