Google has removed them from your store, but those who have already installed have to remove it from their phones, so their data is not at risk
The more complicated the computer is to find the virus on a mobile phone. If the computer is hijacked on a PC or slow down or redirecting it to some websites using fraudulent content, philosophy differs greatly on smartphones: they want to divert the data from the terminals. Do what they want to the secret servers.
Bypass this function, users do not know whether their device is infected or not. That happened with the big infection of malware infected on Android.
Google has removed 13 apps from Google Play Store. They were like cars and motorcycles games, completely free, but actually they were Trojan horses, which were introduced to the malware programs on the phones.
And while Google has removed these apps from the store, it does not mean that they are damaging their viruses. If they are installed on a smartphone, the device affects it. If you have this app on your mobile device, delete it:
– Luxury cars SV traffic
– Car driving simulator
– Extreme car driving racing
– Moto cross Extra racing
– SV City Climbby Park
– Extreme car driving city
– City Traffic Moto Racing
– Extra sports car driving
– Hyper car driving simulator
– truck cargo simulator
– SV 4 × 4 driving simulator
– Fire truck simulator
– Luxury car parking
Unlike other malware attacks, these apps were very popular. A total of 560,000 people have been downloaded before being removed from the store, and have reached the "Trends" section of Google Play before deleting two.
All these apps are produced by the same developer, one by Louis O Pinto. When the user installed one of these applications, the app's icon was hidden, and users were asked to install an additional program called "Game Center" which had another functionality, without access to data and system. Phone. That is, install the virus itself.
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