A new bug has emerged on the Samsung Galaxy S3, which when active, enables anyone to bypass the lockscreen with relative ease.
By tricking the smartphone into allowing you to enter emergency contacts, the full device can be unlocked for anyone with bad intentions for your S3.
Samsung isn't the first manufacturer to fall victim to a lockscreen busting bug, as Apple's iOS only recently went through a similar situation.
While Apple is reportedly working on a fix to be included in its next software update, Samsung has yet to address this particular issue.
The bug was exposed by Sean McMillan on the Full Disclosure mailing list, where he detailed step-by-step just how simple it was to gain access to any Galaxy S3.
Though some efforts took more attempts than others, he was able to open three separate S3s using a combination of button presses that anyone could easily memorize.
Fortunately, it doesn't appear to be an Android issue, and seems to be localized to Samsung's software rather than the widespread Google operating system.
TechRadar asked Samsung to find out if there will be a fix incoming, and will update this story when the company responds.
Until then, keep a close eye on your S3.