It’s more likely that someone could get your account information and get your credit card information, or perhaps charge e-books to your credit card. Viruses haven’t really been reported yet because hackers usually use viruses that target Windows based computers. E-readers use the internet, not software like Windows. Still, that doesn’t mean it would never be possible to get a virus on your E-reader. I would read the article attached for more information.
Short-term no, long-term yes — e-readers can access the internet, so there is a threat, but hackers don’t design viruses for e-readers, at least so far.
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