Did Nokia Pay Hacker for Efforts?

Kara Reeder

Nokia admits that its Series 40 operating system contains some flaws that could allows hackers to secretly install and activate applications, reports PC World.


The flaws were discovered by researcher Adam Gowdiak, who wanted $29,500 for his efforts. Refusing to comment further on the situation, it is unclear whether or not Nokia paid Gowdiak.

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