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android.uid.honeyboard on Samsung Galaxy S9

(Topic created: 08-11-2020 12:58 PM)
Mario17
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Hi,
On my samsung Galaxy S9 I've seen this process: android.uid.honeyboard:10168 connected to my device thru both wi-fi and data connections.  I've read that this might be related to samsung keyboard and/or swift SDK that have been hacked in past on Samsung Galaxy ...is that the case here?   is my cell phone being hacked now ?   Thanks.

 

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Mario17
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Yes,

it is the samsung keyboard;<edit>

Thanks.

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Je655
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I believe this is the newest version of the Samsung keyboard for the 2.1 update. Samsung honey board by Samsung Electronics co.

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Mario17
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Yes,

it is the samsung keyboard;<edit>

Thanks.

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JohnLoose
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@Mario17 

 

I'm not sure what that process is, and the Internet doesn't have much here!

Do you have security concerns for any other reason? You can always try updating the device to make sure you have the latest security updates or try wiping the device to lower your concern: Resetting the device.

 

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