@JoshRoss: Lies, damn lies, and statistics. The article you link states 28% of phones attacked were Android phones. That doesn't tell you what percentage of Android phones were attacked. Considering there are so many more Android phones than other phones, the percentage of Android phones attacked would presumably be (much?) smaller. Then again, this is solely a statistic about the number of attacks caught by Kaspersky. How many were not caught? That 28% could be way low.

Not buying the 60% figure, but "an ounce of truth" is hyperbole at it's finest. Mr. Clemens must be smiling right about now.

As an aside, I've not seen much else posted by TexasToast thus far, but the personal attacks in this thread seem out of line.