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Blame Screen Size: Mobile Browsers Flunk Security Tests
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12/8/2012 | 8:27:19 PM
re: Blame Screen Size: Mobile Browsers Flunk Security Tests
Browsers, apps, ad networks - a lot of players in mobile have their hands in this mobile security crisis we keep reading about. But you can't fail to recognize how more and more efforts are being taken to reverse this trend. Little by little, browsers will getting more secure and mobile apps will get the malware stripped out of them (as long as mobile ad networks, for one, start filtering out the garbage they spread). I have a lot of respect for Airpush in this regard. They set a new standard for responsibility when they teamed with Appthority to help reduce the threat of mobile malware. I want to see more headlines like that from other companies and ad networks in this industry http://blog.airpush.com/how-ai...


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