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Some 79% of malicious attacks on mobiles in 2012 occurred on devices running Google's Android operating system, US authorities have said.
Public information website Public Intelligence published the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation memo to US police and emergency medical personnel.
Nokia's Symbian system, on the Finnish company's basic-feature handsets, had had the second-most malware attacks.
Apple's iOS had had 0.7% of attacks.Report: Android OS Hit By 79 pct of Malicious Attacks [bbc.co.uk]
It's almost a who cares as phones, unlike desktop computers, are kind of disposable so an infected phone can be easily tossed as all the data is on the cloud. It's also easy to reset the phone to it's original factory condition for the same reasons as the apps and data are on the cloud and will quickly reload.