Confusing name issue In device appslist the app is named differently, as "Heartbleed Scanner". This makes it hard to locate amongst hundreds of installed apps and is overall bad development practice. Would be nice to see same name in device and in Play Store.
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Works. Thank you, developers!
Good check for heartbeats
Reassuring v1.0 - Not currently working in HTC Wildfire S, however it seems to work with Star N9599T. On the HTC it reports on apps far too quickly for it to have actually checked, then it checks OS version forever with no result. [Update] v1.1 - On Star checks OS fine (no heartbeat) but crashes during app check. As before with HTC. [Update] v1.2.1 on Star now reports 1 app with OpenSSL & the version. On HTC now seems to work perfectly :-) [update] v1.2.3 seems fine
Reassuring Does what it says on the box (I hope) with no permissions at all!
Does what it states. Love it!
Version 1.4 - update scanner to check for Logjam
Version 1.3 - update scanner to check for CVE-2015-1793
Version 1.2.3 - updates the icon
Version 1.2.2 - updates the UI
Detect whether your Android device is affected by the Stagefright vulnerability
The first solution to Ghost Push Trojan developed by Cheetah Mobile
Detect whether your Android device is affected by the Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL.