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Windows Malware Techniques Spread to Android
Because its use is so widespread, Windows is an extremely popular target for malware writers. They hone and tune attack techniques and work hard to innovate new sorts of attacks. Android's growing popularity is making it a similar target. The latest Mobile Threat Report from Finnish security giant F-Secure notes a number of changes in the Android threat landscape that stem from introduction of techniques already well-known in Windows.
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