Okay here's a scary one. Mostly posting this as info but if anyone has insight I'd appreciate that as well. Neighbor known to not watch what she clicks on has laptop issues. Last time I ended up with my laptop infected while fixing hers, so this time I take my iPod and android tablet with me. Sure enough the thing is riddled with at least 3 trojans. She's allowed one of those bogus speed up my pc software apps to be installed too. She has some odd Comcast connection into a linksys that wants a fixed ip so I stuck my zuni onto the linksys so I could have my own wireless network to look stuff up if I needed help with fixes. She also had a wireless mouse, not sure if that was bluetooth, but that's a possibility. The tablet has my safe haven email on it, my iPod has my real email on it. While sitting working on her computer my iPod alerts me to a new email. I check it, and it's from my safe haven email account, and of course the subject is US NEWS with a very bogus url that I didn't need to click to know it wasn't going to be a nice place. Since it was timestamped with the time I was sitting in her house, and my safe haven email was not online anywhere else, it had to have come from my android sitting next to me. So my tablet was wirelessly invaded by one of the things running on her pc before I got them all deleted. I went home and changed passwords on everything to be safe and I won't be firing up that tablet until I can figure out a good malware removal tool to use. Since I have found no instance on the internet of this occurring to anyone else yet, I thought I'd post it here as a warning as well as an open invitation for input on malware detection and removal software. I also hope this willl serve as a suggestion that others consider putting such protection on their devices, to be safe. I'm not some crazy goof, I'm 65 and have been using computers from the time when I had to hand wire my own 64k memory. So don't think this is some hair brained post. I really didn't think I'd see a cross platform virus that would replicate itself wirelessly! But since you can talk pc to android, it should have dawned on me that the possibility was there. p.s. this was on an ainol running cryogenic 4.1, I just noticed I haven't updated my profile from the days when I had a pandigital.