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This is just a place holder for now.
The rule will say not to trust libraries, paths to libraries that are in world writable media, and do not process data from world writable sources. However, I do not see anything here that is Android specific.
Is there something particular about Android that makes this sort of behaviour more likely?
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MODE_WORLD_READABLE and MODE_WORLD_WRITABLE were deprecated in API level 17 - they are not applicable after this version. Starting from Android 7.0 (API level 24) their use will result in a
SecurityException to be thrown.
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