There's more bad news for the Android ecosystem from a security perspective. Guang Gong, a security researcher employed by Quihoo 360, has presented findings at this year's PacSec conference in Tokyo that demonstrates a serious vulnerability in the Android platform. The vulnerability that can easily be exploited by those with the correct knowledge is accessible thanks to a gaping security oversight in Android's native Chrome browser, but is made even more terrifying by the fact that it applies to every single version of Android with the latest version of Chrome installed.
It is quite a popular question: “Why is the stock browser on Android called “Internet” instead of Chrome?”. While there is a logical answer to that, it appears that Google is now finally taking steps which may eventually lead to the Google Chrome branding being incorporated into Google Android.