AND THE NEWS JUST KEEPS ON COMING IN THIS FRIDAY
Surprise! More Malware Appears On Android
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According to the article I just read "While Avast dominates worldwide security suite usage, and Symantec leads in North America, Microsoft Security Essentials is rising fast, says a new study by OPSWAT, a software development tool and data service company in San Francisco." My initial thoughts about this when it first came out was that Microsoft was going to pull paying customers from Symantec, Trend Micro, etc. to their free anti-virus software, and then at some point, begin charging for it. I've yet to see this come to fruition, but I expect this is the course it will take. For the complete story, on CNET.com, look HERE.
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** If you missed a couple of my earlier posts, don't forget to secure the router, and due to possible hacking issues with the WPS feature, make sure you disable it.
"If you're worried about Android malware, choose wisely. There's a good chance that your trusted security app does little to protect you, says a new report from independent testing organization AV-Test. " Please read the full article HERE.