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Google Eliminated Virus-Spreading 22 Applications from the Play Store.

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Google has removed 22 apps for spreading viruses from its Play Store. UK’s cyber security company Sophos wrote a post on a blog saying this application had a virus. The company had also told that due to these apps, the data of users is being consumed a lot. 19 of the 22 apps came to the Play Store in June this year. It has been reported in the report that Android users have downloaded more than 2 million downloads of these apps.

Sophos found in his investigation that these apps are connected to the Andr and Clickr ad networks. Commonly speaking, these apps generate revenue by clicking Fake on ad network and sending back the request. Andr / Clickr is an organized malware that causes great harm to end users as well as to the entire Android ecosystem.

Google said in its statement last week, “We take fraud and malicious behavior very seriously on our platform.” Google gave this statement after removing the CM File Manager and Kika Keyboard from the Play Store. If you have also downloaded these apps, then delete them immediately

Below Mentioned list of applications deleted from Play Store

  1. Parkle FlashLight
  2. Snake Attack
  3. Math Solver
  4. ShapeSorter
  5. Tak A Tip
  6. Magnifeye
  7. Join Up
  8. .Zombie Killer
  9. Space Rocket
  10. Neon Pong
  11. Just Flashlight
  12. Table Soccer
  13. Cliff Diver
  14. Box Stack
  15. Jelly Slice
  16. AK Blackjack
  17. Color Tiles
  18. Animal Match
  19. Roulette Mania
  20. HexaFall
  21. HexaBlocks
  22. PairZap

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