Hi people, first time here I wanted to ask my fellow Android users what they think about this. Today I went with a friend who wanted to buy an Android based tablet, he finally settled on the one he wanted at PC World. While the salesman was processing the payment he "warned" that because Android is open source, it is therefore vulnerable. The way this guy said it seemed to suggest that it is something the staff have been trained to say. We later worked out that he probably meant that Android Market can contain malware since it seems that it is generally open for anyone to upload apps. Correct me if I'm wrong but I can't imagine why else he would say it. I've been a Linux user and an open source advocate for over 10 years now, I've never heard or seen this sort of thing said outside of Microsoft's own FUD. Anyone else ever got such a "warning" from PC World or any other retailer? Just interested.