it is absolutely damning that an almost two-year, three-releases old Jelly Bean version of Android has been found to be vulnerable to Heartbleed.
Of all the mobile operating systems that could have been impacted, fate decided to choose the one that upgrades between major versions at a pace that makes glacial an overstatement.
Despite the fragmentation between differing versions of Android, it just happens that the impacted 4.1.x series of Jelly Bean is the version with the largest userbase by some stretch
In statistics published by Google at the start of the month, of Android devices that are accessing Google's Play Store, 5.3 percent of users are on the most recent KitKat release, 8.9 percent are on Jelly Bean 4.3, 18.1 percent use Jelly Bean 4.2, and 34.4 percent use the impacted Jelly Bean 4.1 series
that was first released in mid-2012.