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As smartphones become more sophisticated by the day, that minicomputer in your pocket has been the go-to tool of choice for many porn lovers. As a matter of fact, a majority of traffic to many porn sites comes from mobile phones and tablets. This means the future of porn is definitely mobile.

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Watching porn is bad for your smartphone

Nearly one-quarter of malware on mobile devices comes from porn websitesaccording to a new study from Blue Coat, a Web security and optimization company. But when they do go to those sites, the risk of inadvertently downloading malware to their devices increases three-fold. That makes watching porn on smartphones a far bigger threat than viewing porn on a PC. Porn led to more malware on smartphones and tablets than e-mail spam, malicious websites, and fake apps combined.

Part of the problem, Blue Coat said, is that the nature of mobile devices makes differentiating legitimate sites from malicious ones a tricky task. There is no way to hover over shortened URLs to reveal their true destination, for example. Inside BlackBerry 8 features worth checking out.

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Porn is a leading traffic driver on the Internet, and for many years, porn sites had been a primary source of malware on PCs as well. But cyberattackers are increasingly finding new ways to target an even larger audience, including phishing, ing malicious advertisements and poisoning search engine. Security experts predict that broader-based cybercrime schemes are likely to appear on smartphones and tablets soon.

For now though, mobile attacks appear to be mirroring techniques used on traditional computers. Related story: After. Still, major security firms have widely predicted that this will be the year mobile devices will finally emerge as a major target for cybercriminals.

Smartphones have become personal computers that travel around with us at all times, and the vast majority of users don't even lock them with a password. Cyberthieves continue to make so much money attacking Windows PCs that there hasn't been much incentive to change tactics. But we're about to hit a tipping point.

Most people still do their online banking and shopping on their PCs, but those transactions are happening on mobile phones more frequently. According to research from Juniper Networks JNPRmillion smartphones around the world will be equipped with the near-field communications NFC chips needed for mobile payments this year.

Visiting mobile porn sites raises the chance of downloading malware three-fold.

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