Although lately Android users have become accustomed to hearing all kinds of threats to their mobile security and data privacy, they have learned not to panic at any point. A new virus has been discoveredThere are certainly different levels of risk associated with different malware spreading campaigns. And as scary as it sounds, the The latest such campaign set by Trend Micro It can be said that it reaches the highest level.
But if you’re an adventurous user (or let’s be honest or indifferent) who likes to regularly take advantage of their chances of getting public titles from unknown developers, you might want to pay close attention to the following list.
Here are the latest apps that you need to delete and avoid at all costs
- call recorder
- Rooster VPN
- SUPER CLEANER – HYPER AND SMART
- Document Scanner – PDF Creator
- Universal Saver Pro
- eagle photo editor
- call recorder pro +
- Extra Cleaner
- Encryption Utils
- Just In: Motion Video
- fortune cleaner
- simplified cleaner
- Unicc QR Scanner
- document scanner
- conquer darkness
Do you know any of these names? Find it on your phone immediately and hit the “Uninstall” button. You can thank us later.
These malicious apps were distributed via Google Play (where else?) to an unknown number of Android users, luckily these malicious apps are no longer circulating (officially), so they shouldn’t be able to add their victim count anymore… Unless you download from an alternate source, which you should never do with any app whatsoever.
These apps may cost You are some serious money
While DawDropper infected apps are free to download and harmless in appearance, like the ones mentioned above, they can wreak havoc on your phones, violating pretty much every level of privacy and security you can think of.
Contact numbers, text messages, phone calls, usernames, passwords, PIN codes, financial information, you name it, these apps can see, steal and use against you to do everything from closely monitor all your online activities to draining your bank account to gaining complete control and keeping you away from your Android device your.
This is definitely a little more intimidating than your usual campaign of adware or even decorations, and unfortunately, the banking Trojan “DawDropper” is not an entirely new threat…and we don’t expect it to be completely gone any time soon.
The best way to protect yourselves from these types of threats is to do your own research into each new app that you consider installing, examining user ratings, purposes (advertised), data they have access to (officially), and last but not least, a track record (or lack thereof) to its developers. It can also be helpful to ask yourself if you really need that many apps on your phone when you’re considering a new download.