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Android malware devlopment now mimics commercial software, claims Juniper

John E Dunn | June 28, 2013
Discovers malware peak around Christmas.

"If you're a newly qualified computer science graduate, the perception that jobs are hard to come by combined with the stuffy image corporate environments are lumbered with can make it an unappealing career prospect," suggested Oliver Crofton, ethical hacker and co-founder, Vigilante Bespoke.

"Compare that with writing some malicious code from the comfort of your own bedroom, high tax-free earnings, hours you can pick and choose, and the likelihood of going to prison almost zero; it's no wonder cybercrime is booming."


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