InShortViral: From these thirteen android applications you should keep your device a bit distance. And you have been warned to not to install neither from Google Play nor From Open Source.
The Thirteen apps which we are talking about has been removed from the Google Play Store as it belonged to the chain of malware called Brain Test. Yes, that’s true, Have you ever faced any malware activity in your Android Smartphone?
If yes then you might have installed a malware based application to your phone but you should know that Google Play Store are having a strict restriction in the supply of Applications to its users. And your device has installed that application from open source service, which means you have installed a malware based Application. Which cause your device misbehave…
These 13 Apps Removed From Google Play Store Because They Contained Malware
The applications were apparently harmless for users using Google Play Store but for the Android operating system users? it’s definitely harmful if they install those any one of malware application but potentially could severely damage the devices. Installed on your Android device these type malicious software will attempt to obtain root permissions. Moreover, these types of malware contribute to the installation of other apps on the device infected unbeknown to its owner.
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Since the 13 apps were games also quite appealing, it must have been hard to find Android users who would install them. Moreover, the apps will infect your system and with the foul way it will create the positive reviews on Google Play Store to convince users to install them.
At the time when these types malware were discovered, they also were about to install other applications on a smartphone that could cause massive damage to the devices.
In the chart, you can find the names of the 13 infected apps removed from the Play Store, make sure that you have not installed them on your device!
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Behind the creation of this malicious software are hidden economic reasons; hackers behind the project Brain Trust sell a guaranteed number of installations of applications for developers. Malware creating these hackers are therefore able to meet the promises made to developers and earn quite a lot’s of money. Suffice it to say that some of these applications have had up to 500,000 installations, so be careful!