Why ‘Zero Day’ Android Hacking Now Costs More Than iOS Attacks

From wired.com

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For years, the iPhone was considered the most locked-down mainstream computing device in the world. Its popularity and layers of security protections made any technique to crack it vastly more rare—and more expensive, on the underground market—than comparable Android attacks. But now those economics have shifted. For the first time, a secret hacking tool capable of remotely taking control of an Android smartphone sells for more than its iPhone equivalent.

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