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I set out to test the leading Android anti-malware vendors to see how they fared at protecting us against the threat of spyware.Spyware apps I used for this test go far beyond basic location trackers or “find my phone” services.Read my recommendations below for advice on how to protect yourself.Across the board, overall performance was far lower than I expected.If malware makes it for example into the Google Play Store it will usually be removed after a few days.
You can find out more about how I define spyware, how I picked the spyware apps and how I tested in the FAQ below. Of twelve products I tested, none was able to detect more than two-thirds of the samples. And, surprisingly, the potential spyware apps least likely to be detected were those widely available in Google Play. I was able to easily install spyware on an i Phone 3GS, with essentially the same functions as on an Android phone.I was unable to test anti-malware for i OS devices because there isn't any; Apple’s restrictions on what apps sold within i Tunes can do prevents effective anti-malware products.However, the i OS app from Lookout did warn that the i Phone was jailbroken—a pretty clear indicator something may be up with your phone.Mobile spyware can have a devastating effect on your life; the constant fear that a spouse, significant other or even employer is following your every move, knows everything about your life and has completely removed any vestige of privacy.(If you have any doubt about this, read the comments from readers from our March 2012 story on mobile spyware). According to mobile security company Lookout, .24% of Android phones they scanned in the U. had surveillance-ware installed intended to target a specific individual.
Each has been around for quite some time (years in many cases), and has either been reported in the media or is easily available via a Google Search.