Sunday, 10 January 2016

Did You Know? Google removes 13 Android apps from Play Store due to malware

The malicious software family — Brain Test — has managed to make a comeback affecting as many as 13 Android apps, with hundreds of thousands of downloads, from the Play Store. Google has removed all the infected apps from its Store.

Google Headquarters - California

The infected apps removed from the Play Store are
Cake Blast, Jump Planet, Honey Comb, Crazy Block, Crazy Jelly, Tiny Puzzle, Ninja Hook, Piggy Jump, Just Fire, Eat Bubble, Hit Planet, Cake Tower and Drag Box.