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Android phone warning: Google Play Store removes seven apps downloaded thousands of times over Joker malware fears

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Seven more apps have been deleted from the Google Play Store over fears they could harbour dangerous malware.

The apps, which were previously downloadable to Android phones, were this week removed from the app store.

According to HT Tech, the apps held a risk of a Joker trojan attack.

The Joker malware is notorious for signing victims up for mobile services, as well as stealing from bank accounts, all undetected.

It’s predominantly found on Android phones.


Seven more apps have been deleted from the Google Play Store over fears they could harbour dangerous malware.

The apps, which were previously downloadable to Android phones, were this week removed from the app store.

According to HT Tech, the apps held a risk of a Joker trojan attack.

The Joker malware is notorious for signing victims up for mobile services, as well as stealing from bank accounts, all undetected.

It’s predominantly found on Android phones.

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