Was triggered by this:
Whenever some fucknut claims Android is insecure, just repeat that number. 15.000. http://t.co/4QGtUxrDbR
— Thom Holwerda (@thomholwerda) February 28, 2014
That is in front of this little post: 15k infections is only 0.001% (a 0.0001 fraction) of all apps installed, that have malware. So, ruling out that you install anything remotely rougue or hacked-for-free-download, the risk is negligable.
Which is why we may ask anyone would care. After, for pennies!, we can have antimalware and not bother anymore, we should even care less… which is when it gets interesting. Je vous présente… the attack vector of three years from now, when everyone will have forgotten about it.
For now, I’ll leave you with a picture. Of course.
[No wuss consin, by FLlW]