BYE-BYE TO THE 33 MALWARE INFECTED APPS WHICH ARE REMOVED FROM THE PLAY STORE

In the period of two months between July and September, Google has removed 33 apps from the Google Play Store because they were inflected by the Joker malware which can use a different technique called ‘Dropper’ to bypass Google’s security scan and sneak into the user’s device and steals money from users by subscribing them to the unwanted premium paid subscriptions without their consent.

The most recent additions to the list of apps infected by Joker malware were revealed by Zscaler, a cybersecurity firm based in California. Here’s a look at the 34 apps infected by the malware you should remove from your smartphone:

1. All Good PDF Scanner
2. Mint Leaf Message-Your Private Message
3. Unique Keyboard – Fancy Fonts & Free Emoticons
4. Tangram App Lock
5. Direct Messenger
6. Private SMS
7. One Sentence Translator – Multifunctional Translator
8. Style Photo Collage
9. Meticulous Scanner
10. Desire Translate
11. Talent Photo Editor – Blur focus
12. Care Message
13. Part Message
14. Paper Doc Scanner
15. Blue Scanner
16. Hummingbird PDF Converter – Photo to PDF
17. All Good PDF Scanner
18. com.imagecompress.android
19. com.relax.relaxation.androidsms
20. com.file.recovefiles
21. com.training.memorygame
22. Push Message- Texting & SMS
23. Fingertip GameBox
24. com.contact.withme.texts
25. com.cheery.message.sendsms (two different instances)
26. com.LPlocker.lockapps
27. Safety AppLock
28. Emoji Wallpaper
29. com.hmvoice.friendsms
30. com.peason.lovinglovemessage
31. com.remindme.alram
32. Convenient Scanner 2
33. Separate Doc Scanner

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