Google has banned seven apps from the Play Store after they were found to contain malware. The worrying thing is that millions of people have already downloaded these apps and are currently using them too.
- Google banned these 7 dangerous apps
- Seven apps have been banned from the Play Store after they were found to contain malware.
- These seven apps were affected by malware like ‘Trojan’ Joker.
New Delhi. Cases of online data theft and fraud are increasing. There are many such apps on the Google Play Store, which are quite dangerous. This year Google has banned many apps. Now Google has again banned the apps, which have been described as the most dangerous. Google has banned seven apps from the Play Store after they were found to contain malware. Tatyana Shishkova of Kaspersky highlighted the Joker malware. Tatyana found that these seven apps were affected by malware such as ‘Trojan’ Joker.
- Many people have downloaded these apps
Many squid game users were faced with similar attacks by cybercriminals with malware. Google removed these apps from the Play Store after the matter was flagged. The worrying thing is that millions of people have already downloaded these apps and are currently using them too.
- Delete these apps immediately to save data and privacy
It is recommended to check your smartphone and see if one or more of these seven apps are present. Simply remove them or it from your phone and secure your data and privacy.
- These 7 apps have been banned
1. Now QRcode Scan (more than 10,000 installs)
2. EmojiOne Keyboard (over 50,000 installs)
3. Battery Charging Animations Battery Wallpaper (more than 1,000 installs)
4. Dazzling Keyboard (More than 10 Installs)
5. Volume Booster Louder Sound Equalizer (More than 100 Installs)
6. Super Hero-Effect (Over 5,000 Installs)
7. Classic Emoji Keyboard (over 5,000 installs)
- Lime being charged from fake subscription
The most common of these malware attacks target making illicit money through fake subscriptions and in-app purchases. Users need to be more cautious and should not fall prey to any links or inappropriate purchases that look suspicious. Cyber attack cases have increased in recent times as more and more people are shifting online. Cheating has also increased through gaming apps.