Latest Kodi News : Kodi fans have been put on alert and advised about how to protect themselves from possible security risks hitting the software and its add-ons. The Kodi surge continues without any sign of stopping, as users continue to ditch paid TV for the online player.
Research has suggested Kodi – which offers access to thousands of channels – is being used in more than five million UK homes. Kodi software is not illegal, but developers can produce third-party add-ons that provide free access to pirated and illegal content.
The illegal add-ons are being targeted by ISP’s, government agencies, broadcasters and rights holders.
As more and more people turn to Kodi, the development have issued users an update on how to stay safe from possible security risks.
In a new blog post, the Kodi team said: “These days keeping your software updated is becoming more and more important because of possible security risks.
“Although we will never claim Kodi will become risk free when you are using it, we will certainly try to improve security and reduce possible risks in each version we release.
“This not only involves the core code of which Kodi is build but also all the external code libraries we use to make it a functional program.
“As such it is quite important that when possible you try to update Kodi to the most recent released final version.”
In other Kodi news, it recently emerged a popular add-on developer wants to crowdfund enough money to defend against a copyright lawsuit filed by Dish Network.
The developer behind a popular add-on for the Kodi media player wants your help to fight back against “copyright bullies”.
The creator of ZemTV, which can be installed on any Kodi-powered device, has asked the public for funds to help mount a defense against a lawsuit filed by Dish Network in the United States.
Source : express.co.uk
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