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Under one percent of Android devices affected by potentially harmful applications

07
Apr
2015
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Based on data collected by , less than one percent of devices had a potentially harmful application installed last year. This includes devices on which users have installed from outside the official Google Play store.

The data was collected through a feature called Verify Apps that was first introduced in Android 4.2 back in 2012.

The feature, which was also backported to Android 2.3 and higher in 2013, checks locally installed applications for potentially harmful behavior regardless of whether they were downloaded from Google Play or other sources.

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