The program sends a sticky broadcast.
Sticky broadcasts cannot be secured with a permission and therefore are accessible to any receiver. If these broadcasts contain sensitive data or reach a malicious receiver, the application may be compromised.
Example 1: The following code sends a sticky broadcast.
 Standards Mapping - OWASP Top 10 2004 - (OWASP 2004) A2 Broken Access Control
 Standards Mapping - OWASP Top 10 2010 - (OWASP 2010) A6 Security Misconfiguration
 Standards Mapping - FIPS200 - (FISMA) AC
 Standards Mapping - NIST Special Publication 800-53 Revision 4 - (NIST SP 800-53 Rev.4) AC-4 Information Flow Enforcement
 Standards Mapping - Common Weakness Enumeration - (CWE) CWE ID 265
 Jesse Burns Developing Secure Mobile Applications for Android
 Standards Mapping - SANS Top 25 2009 - (SANS 2009) Improper Access Control - CWE ID 285
 Standards Mapping - Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Version 1.1 - (PCI 1.1) Requirement 6.5.10
 Standards Mapping - Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Version 2.0 - (PCI 2.0) Requirement 6.5.5
 Standards Mapping - Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Version 1.2 - (PCI 1.2) Requirement 6.5.6, Requirement 7.1.1
 William Enck, Machigar Ongtang, and Patrick McDaniel Understanding Android Security
 William Enck and Patrick McDaniel Understanding Android's Security Framework
 Using Permissions