Android devices most at risk from mobile malware

Danny Palmer
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Malware on smartphones and tablets has grown massively, with the Android OS by far the most targeted

Mobile malware has surged this year, with Android smartphones and tablets by far the most likely to be attacked. That's according to data released by security software provider McAfee in its second...

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