2012 security radar: Counterfeit CE, Android malware & Anonymous.
[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/12/wKTVVe.jpg[/newsimage]Kaspersky Labs has compiled a list of five major online security issues web denizens will read about, and possibly experience firsthand, come next year. Spoiler alert: 2012 will resemble 2011 in more ways than just expensive gas and anti-piracy legislation debates.
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grew by nearly 40 percent means nothing, its the percentage points that count.
When you say android malware went from .000001 percent to .000003 percent of downloadable apps, the reaction is more likely to be , so what
counterfeit hardware? I suppose the biggest mfg to be targeted would be Samsung for tablets and LG for smart phones. at some point, google will have some responsibility for dealing with malware apps and release Operating System based patches to thwart the real security holes that will become much more common in Honeycomb (3.x) and Ice Cream Sandwich (4.x)