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    Google Play Security Alert! (Mobilecore)

    Hello,

    I just got the warning in my play console yesterday night for all of my apps. I was like come on man, now what?

    Here is the warning :

    Security alert
    Your app is using an unsafe implementation of the X509TrustManager interface with an Apache HTTP client, resulting in a security vulnerability. Please see this Google Help Center article for details, including the deadline for fixing the vulnerability.
    Affects APK version 3.

    I do not have any clue about this warning as i have not implemented any X509TrustManager code in my apps but one of the guy in the below thread says it might be the "Mobilecore" that is causing this. Can someone please log in to their console and confirm the same?

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    android - Google Play security alert for insecure TrustManager - Stack Overflow

    Thanks,
    RockstarDev
    Last edited by RockstarDev; 2016-02-23 at 05:30 AM.

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    Are you using the newest MobileCore SDK? (the one without the automatic loading of Ads)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacchan23 View Post
    Are you using the newest MobileCore SDK? (the one without the automatic loading of Ads)
    Nope man. The previous version.

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    Which adnetwork / other thridparty libs are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen View Post
    Which adnetwork / other thridparty libs are you using?
    Admob / Mobilecore / MAT.

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    That's Mobilecore sdk, all of my apps that have that warning used mobilecore sdk, others don't have

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    Quote Originally Posted by kawai View Post
    That's Mobilecore sdk, all of my apps that have that warning used mobilecore sdk, others don't have
    Man, now what? Will have to update the apps? Time to change the network i think.. Phew!!

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    I received this message for disabled app which has no advertising

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert927 View Post
    I received this message for disabled app which has no advertising
    Oh!! Did you implement any WebView in that app? Are you communicating with any Http client?

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    It is an issue of certificates, the error is not in the SDK yet. I think the error is in the Android SDK code. We'll see how to fix it.

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