Brazil top for Android smartphones infected by malware

Monday 6 April 2015 | 12:21 CET | News
Brazil was last year among the countries most affected by malicious apps and spies for Android, according to a report released by Google, reports Teletime. In the ranking of infections by Potentially Hazardous Applications (PHA), looking at sites outside of Google Play and including unlocked devices (with root), Japan had the lowest rate of all in 2014, with 0.0702 percent. The global average was 0.7891 percent, and Brazil ranked above with 0.9996 percent. Brazil was only ahead of India, the UAE and Russia, which had highest percentage at 3.8548 percent. When it comes to spyware, the global

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Google
Countries: Brazil
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