Quickly Uninstall These Android Applications, They Contain Viruses

Written by Henrik Rothen

Dec.06 - 2023 2:17 PM CET

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Quickly Uninstall These Android Application.

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A recent security report issued by Doctor Web, a cybersecurity firm, has alerted against certain Android applications that contain viruses.

According to the report, highlighted by Le Telegramme, a technology news media, several Android apps containing malware were downloaded millions of times within a month.

The three applications with the most downloads are:

  1. Super Skibydi Killer (1,000,000 downloads)

  2. Agent Shooter (500,000 downloads)

  3. Rubber Punch 3D (500,000 downloads)

These apps disguise themselves as games to go unnoticed. Once installed, they hide by replacing their icons with that of Google Chrome or using a transparent icon image.

"These applications run in the background, abusing the browser to launch ads and generate revenue," the report states. Some of them also direct users towards scams.

Other less downloaded applications posing risks include:

  • Rainbow Stretch (50,000 downloads)

  • Eternal Maze (50,000 downloads)

  • Jungle Jewels (10,000 downloads)

  • Stellar Secrets (10,000 downloads)

  • Fire Fruits (10,000 downloads)

  • Cowboy’s Frontier (10,000 downloads)

  • Enchanted Elixir (10,000 downloads)

The report advises users to read reviews carefully before downloading any application, as they can be informative and helpful in avoiding such risks.

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