Digital security researchers have discovered a previously unknown type of ad-serving malware in more than 200 Android apps, some of which have been downloaded by millions of users. The AdWare, which security firm Check Point calls “SimBad,” creates a backdoor and allows its creator to install additional programs, according to TechCrunch. The firm notified Google of the vulnerability, and the apps have all been pulled from the Google Play Store. It’s still on us, however, to delete these apps from our phones…

https://lifehacker.com/delete-these-malware-laden-apps-from-your-android-right-1833293923

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