Tip & How-To about Miscellaneous
Don't use Windows PCs. That may sound flippant, but that's the truth if you're really concerned about malware like viruses.
Evenmoreso than OS X, iOS is highly immune to malware, so the number of exploits has been very small.
Android is not immune, given its Windows-like file architecture, so researchers keep finding malware targeting it (mainly from fake and adware apps in the Google Play Store and, outside the West, from non-Google app stores). Yet it appears thatvery little malware actually is running in the Android wilds, so the true threat -- versus the potential threat -- is highly exaggerated in IT and vendor discussions.
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