Google's Sundar Pichai speaks at an event in San Francisco. New research suggests as many as one in 10 Android apps may contain malware. Photo: APGoogle's Sundar Pichai speaks at an event in San Francisco. New research suggests as many as one in 10 Android apps may contain malware. Photo: AP
Google's Sundar Pichai speaks at an event in San Francisco. New research suggests as many as one in 10 Android apps may contain malware. Photo: AP

One in every 10 Android apps 'contains malicious code': US-China study

Topic |   Cybersecurity
Google's Sundar Pichai speaks at an event in San Francisco. New research suggests as many as one in 10 Android apps may contain malware. Photo: APGoogle's Sundar Pichai speaks at an event in San Francisco. New research suggests as many as one in 10 Android apps may contain malware. Photo: AP
Google's Sundar Pichai speaks at an event in San Francisco. New research suggests as many as one in 10 Android apps may contain malware. Photo: AP
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