Kaspersky Counts Over 10 Million Malicious Android Applications

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Mastry

I bought a new laptop this February, it's my fourth. I've used 6 different internet security systems previously and opted for Kaspersky this time.
They are far beyond anything I've previously seen from any company and the additional tools that come with just the basic subscription are great.
Those tools include Browser Configuration, Privacy Cleaner, Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting and a Vulnerability Scan and will correct any vulnerabilities if you so opt. It also includes a 'Safe Money' app for internet transactions, and an app. for network monitoring and an application control as well.
They also provide simplified or detailed technical reports on just about any device or issue you may have.
It's a Russian company and, so it seems to me that, the Russians are becoming leaders at providing security for computers and freedom for those that use them too.

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gc

I think he's saying flush your own Android phones down the toilet and start writing malware

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jimofnyc

I run AVG free for Android and don't install crap...

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lordfirefox

Nice FUD there Kaspersky. Anything to sell your anti-virus software. the smarter Android users don't get malware on their devices, I wonder why?

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Innomasta

So basically.. buy from google play and nowhere else right?