It has been revealed in recent researches that there has been a growth witnessed by Android, in mobile malware. It means that each day, the privacy of many people is being intruded by hackers. There has been a rise in the same witnessed since July this year.
The reason for the same is the increasing complexity of the applications being used by people. The hackers are taking advantage of the weak links and using them to their credit. It still cannot be determined how many people are actually affected by this fake edition of real applications by the Android system.
The increasing popularity of Android in recent times, and the number of cheaper versions and solutions coming in, might be a reason for the chaos created and this might be a reason why more and more people are getting shammed.
There are many areas of the Android system that still needs to be taken a look at, so that it becomes enough secure for the users, and people who have paid for the original version, get to use the same version, not the copy which has a number of privacy breaches and system faults in it
“With no upfront review process, no one checking to see that your application does what it says, world's largest majority of smartphone users skimming past your application's description page with whatever description of the application the developer chooses to include”, revealed a blog.
There are blames being put on Google for not effectively checking techniques and authenticating them before use, which might be a real problem for people in the time to come. It is essential that the security loopholes are dealt with carefully, before the Android versions are given to the general public for use.
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