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More than a third of Android apps host malware

7/27/2012 12:09 PM EDT
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Saon Islam
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Saon Islam   8/29/2012 6:56:06 AM
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Android users beware, more than 50 mobile apps in the official Android Market have been discovered containing malware that could have compromised sensitive and personal data. While Google has already yanked the apps from the Market, this first big infection highlights the inherent vulnerability of Android's openness to developers. Check here for more info http://drawsomethingcheat.eu

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MaxMindor   8/7/2014 10:42:56 AM
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There are a lot of vulnerabilities in mobile systems and it is very important to keep in mind that anyone can create an application and upload it on Google Store. That`s why having a good antivirus like http://www.trendmicro.com/us/home/products/mobile-solutions/android-security/index.html on your smartphone can prevent it from accessing personal data.

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