Greater risk on ALERT / 1 million smartphones, advice to delete these 56 apps now
virus infected apps tekya malware in kids and utility apps checkpoint researchers report needs to be removed from phone now
Downloading apps containing 56 viruses gets malware installed on the phone and makes this device a victim, so if any of these apps are in your mobile phone, it is advisable to delet them today.
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Downloading these apps installs malware on the phone
If on the phone, Delet it today and today
Make the device its victim
The Google Play Store has the potential to be known as the Malcium App, and each time its risk is even higher. Now a similar case has come up in a research. In fact, malware apps have been found on the Play Store, and it is advisable to delete them from the phone as soon as possible. According to cyber security research firm Chair Point, a new malware named Tekya has been found. Which affected 56 apps in the Play Store.
As per information, these 56 apps have 24 children's app (games and puzzle), and 32 utility apps (Cooking Tips, Health). What is disturbing is that these apps have been downloaded 1 million times a million times.
According to research data, downloading these apps installs malware and makes this device a victim. It is reported that it was created for the purpose of ad fraud.
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Let's know about the list of 56 apps ...
Checkpoint searchers have confirmed that Google has removed the apps from the Play Store that were found to be malicious. These developers have also removed some apps from the Play Store. But it has been reported that cybercriminals can bring Malicious apps to the Play Store at any time along with other malware. Research has revealed that VirusTotal and Play Protect may not have been known to Tekya.