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How to Detect Malicious Android Apps Before They Infect Your Smartphone or Tablet

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Post by Admin (Sal Tucci) on Tue Oct 25, 2011 10:08 pm

For millions of people, the first thing to do when they get their new
smartphone or tablet is to visit the device's app store and begin
downloading games, magazines, utilities and sports apps.

Apps are fun, useful and a bit addictive. They can also be dangerous. Malicious apps, especially those for Android devices, are a growing problem for smartphone and tablet users. (Apple devices are protected as long as they're not "jailbroken" to run unauthorized apps.)

Follow the link below to read all about it.

http://www.securitynewsdaily.com/android-malware-detection-1266/
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