These 11 apps are very dangerous for your phone
Google has deleted 11 apps from the Play Store. These apps were influenced by Joker malware. Which Google has been tracking since 2017. Checkpoint researchers have discovered a new variant of Joker malware. Which hides in apps. This new update Joker Malware can download many other malware into the device. Which in turn makes them a member of the premium service without the user’s permission. This means that hackers silently obtain a subscription to a premium service through these affected apps, and users do not receive any information about it.
It has been shown that Google Play Protection has passed by adopting the old methods.
The Joker malware was in 11 apps in the Google Play Store. Checkpoint said the app has been removed from the Play Store, adding that Android users who have the app already installed in their phone should delete it immediately. The report also lists these apps, which you can check to remove these apps from your phone.
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Checkpoint said that despite Google Play’s security features, finding Joker malware is still a difficult task. And hackers can very easily bring it back into the phone.