Google removed 34 malware-infected applications from the Play Store, now remove them from your Android phone
Jokers steal money from malware users for unsubscribed premium paid subscriptions without their consent. It first simulates interaction with advertisements without users’ knowledge and then uses the victim’s SMS messages, including OTP, to initiate payment.
In the span of two months between July and September, Google has removed 34 apps from the Google Play Store because they were interrupted by Joker Malware which is giving Android smartphone users nightmares. Joker malware is not new, but recently Android is causing headaches for app developers, as it is very difficult to detect due to the small code that uses it. In addition, such malware uses a different technology called ‘dropper’ to bypass Google’s security scans and penetrate the user’s device.
The most recent additions to the list of Joker malware-infected apps were revealed by Zaskler, a California-based cyber firm. Here’s a look at the 34 apps infected by malware that you should remove from your smartphone if it hasn’t already done so.
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- All Good PDF Scanner
- Mint Leaf Message-Your Private Message
- Unique Keyboard – Fancy Fonts and Free Emoticons
- Tangram App Lock
- Direct Messenger
- Private SMS
- A Sentence Translator – Multifunctional Translator
- Style Photo Collage
- Brilliant Scanner
- Translation of desire
- Talent Photo Editor – Blur Focus
- Care message
- Part message
- Paper Doctor Scanner
- Blue Scanner
- Hummingbird PDF Converter – Photo to PDF
- All Good PDF Scanner
- Message Push – Texting and SMS
- Fingertip Gamebox
- com.cheery.message.sendms (two different examples)
- com .Locker.lockapps
- Security AppLock
- Emoji Wallpaper
- Convenient scanner 2
- Detach Doctor Scanner
Jokers steal money from malware users for unsecured premium-paid subscriptions without their consent. It first simulates interaction with advertisements without users’ knowledge and then uses the victim’s SMS messages, including OTP, to initiate payment.
This means that the affected user may not know that they have been signed up for a paid subscription service and their money has been deducted from their account until they receive a message or notification, which Indicates their credit card statement etc.
According to Google’s blog post earlier this week, Android’s security team claims to have removed approximately 17,000 apps since the beginning of 2017.