Already out for the first Android AntiVirus

1:00 AM Edited by Blony

. A company has launched a version of antivirus for Android, mobile operating system based on Linux promoted by Google. SMobile Systems software, called VirusGuard, claims to be capable of scanning devices and memory cards of over 400 known types of malware.

The software can be downloaded from Handango Store for 9.99 dollars, and to avoid misunderstandings on that equipment is designed, pointing directly to T-Mobile G1 with Android in its press release.

Linux lovers always said they did not need an antivirus that their operating systems were invulnerable and that there was no virus in that environment ... then we do not understand what happened with this, if you changed the status of vulnerability of linux, or if its still true security bugs before ...