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  1. Jeffrey Minshon
    May 15 - 3:50 am

    I believe it. Malware may be more common and easily detected, but infections are decreasing and growing less serious. Google is helping that a lot (it’s finally taking malware seriously I guess) and so are the top ad networks, especially those that focus mostly on Android. Look at Airpush, for example, the #2 ad network for Android. They were smart enough to get ahead of this problem late in 2012 when they partnered with Appthority to basically wipe the Airpush network clean of malware. Believe me, that extra layer of scanning keeps the risk of malware infection very low, especially since apps and ads continue to be the biggest conduits for malware to hit our phones.

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