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Careful what you install on your Android:

According to security research firm Kaspersky Labs, the volume of new malware targeting Android devices nearly tripled in the second quarter of 2012. Over the three-month period, the company found more than 14,900 new malicious programs targeting the platform. Nearly half of the malicious files were classified as multi-functional Trojans that were programmed to steal data from smartphones and could also download and install programs from remote servers. A quarter of the malware was made up of SMS Trojans, which are capable of sending text message to premium-rate numbers without the owner’s consent, and 18% were considered backdoor threats that can give hackers full control over an infected device.

Dr. Charles Forbin could not be reached for comment.