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Malicious Apps in Google Play Store Removed – Uninstall them from your phone now!

Do you know, Google has recently deleted malicious apps in Google play store? Here is everything you need to know about these malicious apps found on Google Play so that you would uninstall them ASAP if you have downloaded them.

Malicious Apps in Google Play Store

In the event that you as of late downloaded a racing game from Google Play, you should need to check and ensure it isn’t really malware.




Google expelled 13 apps from the Google Play store this weekend was tainted with malware. Every one of the 13 was veiled as vehicle dashing games. When you endeavored to dispatch the game, it would crash, however, would, in any case, install malware on your gadget. Affected clients may very well believe there’s a major issue with their smartphones and not understand that the app is vindictive, NDTV reports.

Malicious Apps in Google Play Store

Not at all like some other malware endeavors, these apps were likewise mainstream. In excess of 560,000 individuals allegedly downloaded them before they were removed from the store, and two of the apps even made it to Google Play’s “inclining” area before they were pulled, likely including considerably more downloads. Here’s the full rundown:

  1. Luxury Cars SUV Traffic
  2. Car Driving Simulator
  3. Extreme Car Driving Racing
  4. Moto Cross Extreme Racing
  5. SUV City Climb Parking
  6. Extreme Car Driving City
  7. City Traffic Moto Racing
  8. Extreme Sport Car Driving
  9. Hyper Car Driving Simulator
  10. Truck Cargo Simulator
  11. SUV 4×4 Driving Simulator
  12. Firefighter – Fire Truck Simulator
  13. Luxury Car Parking

Luiz O. Pinto was the developer who uploaded these malicious apps on Google Play store

At the point when a client installed the app, the app’s symbol would conceal itself and clients would be requested to install an extra ‘Diversion Center’ APK that had no usefulness. You can see recordings of what the apps would do here.

In the event that you downloaded one of the malignant apps, you’ll need to get it expelled from your telephone quickly.

To expel the app, dispatch your telephone in protected mode (you get to that by squeezing and holding down the power catch) or place it in flight mode to confine what the app can do. Next, erase the app from your gadget.

Lastly, go get yourself some malware insurance. Avast Security and 360 Security are both great apps to attempt and will enable you to discover malware left on your telephone and shield yourself from future assaults.

What’s more, now’s a decent time to remind everybody to be watchful about what you download. Extraordinary compared to other parts about Google Play is that you can get some entirely incredible stuff from nonmainstream developers. All things considered, you can likewise get stuff this way. Be constant. Read audits. Never download something in case you’re uncertain of the source or what the app may do.

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