Android security? Let users figure it out.

But Google can’t lock down Android completely, nor does it want to. That leaves room for more mobile malware creations to make their way to users’ phones in the future. For end users, it means the burden is on them to be vigilant with app installations and security. via More DroidDream Details Emerge: It was Building a Mobile Botnet.

How are consumer going to decide what a malicious app looks like in the Android Marketplace?

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