Google's been busy dealing with Android bugs lately, and now they've one more to deal with. After the text messaging issue and Nexus S reboot problem (both of which are either fixed or will be soon), it's been revealed that 2.3 has a security issue that allows access to a user's microSD card. Xuxian Jiang, a computer security researcher at North Carolina State University, discovered that the bug could allow a website to access data on a user's microSD card, like photo, voicemails, and banking info, and upload it to a server. The hole has apparently been in Android for a while and was thought to be fixed, but Jiang was able to find an easy workaround. Google is reportedly working on a fix that'll be included in a Gingerbread maintenance update, although no ETA for that update has been given.