Submitted by Settler 809d ago | article

Android versus iOS Security

The Verge- I was just doing research on Android versus iOS security and was surprised by what I discovered. Did you know that for every 1 Android vulnerability there were about 9 iOS vulnerabilities? (Android, iOS, Software)

Settler  +   809d ago
According to this article Android is more secure :)
andungtaz   809d ago | Spam
1Victor  +   809d ago
Spam Bot It's Crazy Its Almost Double This Year Compared To Android risks
no_more_heroes  +   809d ago
This article confirms to me that there is a direct correlation between platform market share and where hackers, etc focus their efforts in creating malware.
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SJIND  +   809d ago
Nothing is secure , no matter what devices came out there is still something to penetrate. But apple controls their own hardware/software gives them a unique advantage, they can push latest software updates to each device whereas older Android devices do not get pushed to the latest versions of Android, thus presenting easier targets for malware.
mt  +   809d ago
I don't care for that crappy fanboish data both company will send your goddamn information to NSA so according to "me" both of them are insecure.
Mikefizzled  +   808d ago
My Lumia 920 is more secure seen as nobody seems to own them hence the lack of malware :P

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