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Google Again Failed To Detect The Trojan Malware In The Play Store

It's Look like Google had to take the Play Store security check way more seriously
as another malware hit the Android phones. This is the second time this month had to remove the apps from the Play store to chuck the malware attack. Google frequently got attacked by the infected apps in Play Store by the attackers. A researcher from the Kaspersky gives detailed information, how these attackers are able to ditch the Google's Verify Apps security.

Earlier this month Google removed a Trojan from the Play Store named Dvmap, supposed to be a simple puzzle game. The app after getting downloaded rooted to the Android and inject malicious code into the device. According to the Kaspersky Google removed two apps, Magic browser and Noise detector who are the carrier of the Trojan.

Both the apps were successfully transferring the trojan into the Android phones by disguising the users.The Magic browser is just the clone of Google Chrome and had been installed 50,000 times since it uploaded on 15 may. The other one Noise detector is supposed to measure the noise in decibels. The app has the downloads of 10,000 till the Google deleted it from the Play Store.
Google Again Failed To Detect The Trojan Malware In The Play Store Google Again Failed To Detect The Trojan Malware In The Play Store Reviewed by ThankGod Okoye on July 27, 2017 Rating: 5