Google removes 25 apps from its Play Store that were stealing Facebook credentials - techbrinks

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Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Google removes 25 apps from its Play Store that were stealing Facebook credentials


French Cybersecurity firm Evina discovered the apps, which were removed from the Play Store in early June. The programs were disguised as games, flashlights, wallpapers, editing software, QR scanners, step counters, file managers, and more, and while most did perform their intended functions, they also carried out malicious acts.

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