Originally Posted by Crazy9000
So Android gets 91%, Symbian gets ~9%, and the rest get none at all?
Here is where they get their data from:
THIS REPORT IS BASED ON MOBILE APPLICATION DATA GATHERED DURING THE PERIOD OF 1ST JANUARy TO 31ST MARCH 2013
FROM A VARIETy OF SOURCES INCLUDING, AMONG OTHERS, THE OFFICIAL ANDROID PLAy STORE AND APPLE APP STORE, THIRD PARTy MOBILE APPLICATION SITES, AND ANONyMIzED DATA FROM F-SECURE MOBILE SECURITy CUSTOMERS. THE COLLECTED
SAMPLES AND DATA ARE SCANNED By MULTIPLE INTERNAL ANALySIS SySTEMS, AS wELL AS By F-SECURE LABS’ THREAT RESEARCH
(They are the ones with the broken caps lock / odd capitalization, I'm just too lazy to reformat it
Looks like they really only targeted the Google Play store, the Apple App market, and Android users of their own security software for the data in this report.
It doesn't sound like they actually went looking for data for the other platforms themselves. Now, I wonder why they only found malware only on Android and iOS . . .Edited by AtomicFrost - 5/15/13 at 3:43pm