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+ - Separating Fact from Hype on Mobile Malware->

Submitted by wiredmikey
wiredmikey (1824622) writes "As twilight approaches for 2011, security vendors have set their gaze on the rise of Android malware during the year and what is ahead. Last week, Juniper Networks entered the fray, declaring the number of malware samples it observed targeting devices running Google Android had shot up nearly 500 percent since July. Today, McAfee released its threats report for the third quarter of the year, which found that the amount of malware targeting Android devices jumped 37 percent since the second quarter.

While there is no doubt the amount of malicious programs with Windows in their bull’s eye dwarfs the amount of threats to mobile devices, the focus on Android malware have left some wondering how to separate fact from hype...."

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