According to the report NowSecure , a critical vulnerability in the default keyboard app SwiftKey makes it possible to attack on all Samsung devices.

Samsung Galaxy S6 / photo. GsmManiaK.pl

The application can also be downloaded on Android and iOS, but only version preinstalled on smartphones Korean company is vulnerable to the threat of attack. NowSecure informed about this fact Samsung in December 2014, which allegedly has released an update improves the error. Unfortunately, yesterday once again a hole in the software was found by people analyzing earlier report on safety. According NowSecure SwiftKey keyboard can be used by attackers to remotely execute code with administrator privileges on Android. The hacker will be able to break into our device and only then when the phone is connected to an unsecured Wi-Fi network which can be a small consolation. The person to whom it will be able to get access to a variety of data such as control even voice calls, files or images. SwiftKey can not be uninstalled from Samsung smartphones that use it as the default keyboard. At the moment should avoid unsecured Wi-Fi networks and beware of your wireless connection. Samsung since yesterday began to regularly update the device found error repairing. Source: SlashGear