The article discusses a children’s tablet that has been found to contain malware and poses a risk to children’s data. The tablet, made by Dragon Touch, was found to have traces of a well-known malware, outdated software, and a potentially unwanted program. The tablet also comes with an outdated version of an app store that collects and sends data to a third-party server. The article highlights the concerns of security researcher Alexis Hancock, who found these issues and shared her findings with the company and online retailers. The article concludes by emphasizing the importance of protecting children’s privacy and the need for more secure and reliable devices for them.