Have you downloaded these apps?  It is better to remove them!  They're dangerous, they collect data [LISTA]

appsthat we download phoneIt is the direct path of the virus to our system. Cyber ​​security professionals emphasize at every step that users should be careful what they install. Although it is not often that simple.

hacker It picks a popular app, repackages it with malware, and then distributes it via the App Store. It can also create a completely new application” – explains the portal Omega Soft.

It should be noted that Google has special protection systems, which is why most applications are available in Shop Playing is safe. However, even there is malware that enters – we are talking about those who do not care about the privacy of users’ data – says the portal Computer world. Most of what we offer below has already been removed. However, if you have them in your phone, it is worth getting rid of them.

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Dangerous Apps – List

The apps are created so that their users live in the belief that they help them maintain their privacy. They are actually collecting our data.

List of unsafe applications:

  • Vlog Star Video Editor
  • funny camera
  • 2FA certified
  • WOW Beauty Camera
  • 3D creative launcher
  • Gif Emoji Keyboard
  • Razer keyboard and theme
  • File Manager Pro – SD Card Manager / Explorer
  • VMOWO City: Speed ​​Racing 3D
  • barcode scanner
  • Screen Stream Reflection
  • QR Code – Scan and read a barcode
  • Period Tracker – Women’s Ovulation Cycle
  • QR and Barcode Scan Reader
  • 4K wallpapers, HD wallpapers
  • Transfer data intelligently
  • Explorer File Manager
  • Today’s weather radar
  • Mobnet.io: Big Fish Frenzy
  • LED clock
  • Super Clean – Master Cleaner
  • Car Racing 2019

You must uninstall the apps downloaded from the phone by yourself. As a reminder, most of them have already been removed from Google Play.

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Apps that charge for subscriptions

A few months ago, an employee in charge of security at EvinaTech reported that there was a problem with several applications. They were supposed to make paid subscriptions within the software without the user’s knowledge, and thus charge a fee for using the premium services in the app.

The problem is related to the following:

  • Freeglow Camera 1.0.0
  • Coco Camera v1.1
  • wow beauty camera
  • Gif Emoji Keyboard
  • Vlog Star Video Editor
  • 3D creative launcher

The most famous virus. How can I check if my phone is infected?

Viruses Various ways to settle on your phone. The most common are:

  • Spyware – collects information from your phone and sends it to an external server;
  • Worms – they get on the phone via SMS, MMS, links to websites, and do not require any user interaction to start working;
  • ransomware – remotely lock files and then demand a ransom to open them;
  • Trojans – They can be installed as an unwanted add-on to applications from an untested source.

How to check whether phone Injured? There are some signs. Users often mention:

  • fast battery drain,
  • Frequent crashes Request,
  • The app requests additional permissions,
  • increase data limit usage,
  • high amount of phone bill,
  • a lot of ads,
  • Phone overheating.

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