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How to Protect Your Android Device from Malware

If you're in the majority of Android users, your smartphone or tablet isn't protected from malware attacks. In fact, Jupiter Research reckons that a full 80 percent of smartphones are unprotected. Why is that a problem? The answer is that even if your smartphone hasn't been affected so far, it likely will be, and that's because of the vast sums of money motivating criminals to seek out and capture financial data, passcodes, and other potentially profitable information. The more machines, the more money.

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