13 Malware apps From Play store Removed By Google

Google has allegedly removed 13 applications from the Google Play Store that were introducing malware on gadgets. This was uncovered in a progression of tweets by ESET security specialist Lukas Stefanko who likewise said that these applications the sum total of what together have been downloaded on more than 5,60,000 Android phones. 

The applications, recorded as Truck Cargo Simulator, Extreme Car Driving and Hyper Car Driving Simulator and more have since been removed from the Play Store. The scientist includes that two of these applications were even recorded under the Play Store’s drifting area. interesting thing is that all of these 13 apps have a single developer – Luiz O Pinto.

The applications don’t have any real usefulness yet ask for users to introduce APK called ‘Game Center’ that once launched, hides and displays advertisements when a device is unlocked. The specialist additionally posted a video, which demonstrates how these applications work.

13 Malware apps From Play store Removed By Google

In January this year, Google said in a blog post that it removed  7,00,000 applications that violated the Google Play policies and 1,00,000 bad developers from the Play Store in 2017.

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