Here's another 'apps warning' for Android smartphone users. Search giant Google recently removed some 200-plus dangerous apps on Play Store. Discovered by Check Point researchers, these apps have rogue adware called SimBad and have been downloaded over 150 million times. According to the report, these apps have several malicious capabilities including phishing and exposing your smartphone to other rogue apps. While Google has deleted all these apps from Play Store, read the list to ensure that you don't have any of these on your phone.
13 Jun, 2019