Apps that potentially contain malware remain on the Google Play Store for an average of 77 days after being detected, according to an analysis of software.
“The impression has been that app markets are doing a great job taking down malicious apps, so the problem is basically solved,” says Gianluca Stringhini at Boston University. “It’s not as much of a solved problem as is thought.”
Stringhini and his colleagues at antivirus software company Norton monitored …
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