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Old 05-24-2012, 08:30 AM   #7
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Wow, an unbiased FUD report from Kaspersky with another showing how vulnerable Android can be... actually makes iOS sound like a better bet...

Kaspersky isn't the only one sounding the warnings. Juniper Networks also suggests iOS is at risk. The lack of software protection and a competitive security market leaves users with little protection if malware makes its way through Apple's application vetting process. In the long run, this creates a false sense of security for Apple users and may be an even bigger risk than Android's open model. A failure to accept fallibility is the surest predictor of vulnerability. Apple is far from the only offender when it comes to reluctance to admit security bugs. However, a system without bugs is a developer’s dream that will likely remain a fantasy.
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