Android before 2.3 does not properly restrict access to the system
property space, which allows local applications to bypass the
application sandbox and gain privileges, as demonstrated by psneuter
and KillingInTheNameOf, related to the use of Android shared memory
(ashmem) and ASHMEM_SET_PROT_MASK.
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