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Do Virus spread in Android Devices?

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Do Virus spread in Android Devices?

Postby gaaneshh » Sat Dec 24, 2011 8:00 am

Hi,

Though it might be simple one yet i need a correct answer or a reason for it.

"Though Android is developed as an open source development project and considering the fact that its made out of Linux kernel, how do Viruses or malware spread in such a situation?"

Please explain me briefly about this or do share me if there is any link explaining. Any suggestions on this is appreciable.
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