• Delete These 21 Malware Apps Found On Google PlayStore ASAP

     

    If you are also fond of gaming and download some such gaming apps in the case of free gaming, then it can become a problem for you. We are saying this because 21 Android app infected with malware has been spotted on Google Play Store. The information of these apps has been given by the Czech antivirus manufacturer Avast.

    According to the given information, these apps have been downloaded about eight million times. The security firm claims that the affected app contains adware, called HideAds, which turns itself into a fun or useful application, but the apps actually force you to see ads.

    See list here

    • Shoot them
    • Crush Car
    • Rolling scroll
    • Helicopter Attack – New
    • Assasin Legend – 2020 New
    • Helicopter Shoot
    • Rugby pass
    • Flying skateboard
    • Iron it
    • Shooting run
    • Plant monster
    • Find Hidden
    • Rotate shape
    • Jump jump
    • Sway man
    • Dessert Against
    • Cream Trip – New
    • Props rescue

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    While writing this news, two of the 21 infected apps are still available for download on the Google Play Store. The apps are named Find 5 Differences – 2020 New and Find Differences, which have been named Puzzle Games. Avast malware analyst Jakub Vavra said that developers of adware are increasingly using social media channels. The applications mentioned above mimic popular games.

    Actually, these apps are free, but their revenue comes from advertising. In such a situation, they use the downloaded device to generate revenue for themselves. Users have been alerted about these apps. If any of the apps listed above is present in your phone, then remove it immediately.

    Recently the Indian Army has reportedly banned 89 apps including Facebook, Instagram, Truecaller, and PUBG for its personnel. With these apps, the army is not only concerned about cyber-breach, but also the leakage of information in the real world. Recently, the government banned 59 Chinese apps. However, the list of apps banned by the army is a bit longer and includes popular apps like Facebook, Instagram and dating app Tinder.

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