The 21 Malicious Apps Google Yanked From The Android Market

Dead Android Phone

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Google has pulled 21 apps from the Android Market that have been found to secretlyMany of the apps have benign names like “Chess” and “Photo Editor” but were developed to gain root access to your Android device and steal data from your phone such as your service provider and user ID.

It also leaves your phone vulnerable to more malicious hacking. We have the complete list below, via Mashable. If you have any of these apps on your phone, it’s best to do a full restore.

Moving forward, make sure to check user reviews and ratings before downloading apps. If you have any doubt, it’s best to skip the download.

Here’s the list:

  • Falling Down
  • Super Guitar Solo
  • Super History Eraser
  • Photo Editor
  • Super Ringtone Maker
  • Super Sex Positions
  • Hot Sexy Videos
  • Chess
  • 下坠滚球_Falldown
  • Hilton Sex Sound
  • Screaming Sexy Japanese Girls
  • Falling Ball Dodge
  • Scientific Calculator
  • Dice Roller
  • 躲避弹球
  • Advanced Currency Converter
  • APP Uninstaller
  • 几何战机_PewPew
  • Funny Paint
  • Spider Man
  • 蜘蛛侠

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