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Study finds 80% of smartphones still aren't protected from malware

As smartphones and tablets powered by mobile operating systems continue to take over the world, malware makers see nothing by dollar signs. Reports of malware targeting smartphones continue to pop up constantly and Android is a particular focus since its ecosystem isn’t controlled as tightly as iOS or Windows Phone. This is a big problem, of course, since Android happens to also be the most popular mobile platform on the planet. There are already plenty of tools offered by various companies to help protect mobile devices from malware and other security issues, but a new study from Juniper Research has found that 80% of smartphones remain unprotected

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15 Oct
Droid @Droid
Your smartphone is vulnerable to malware attacks and you're probably doing nothing to stop them http://t.co/jtEDV5S9ab via @BGR #Android
15 Oct
Droid Phone News @Droid_News
Your smartphone is vulnerable to malware attacks and you're probably doing nothing to stop them http://t.co/SEkjz3UkHt