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Dozens Of Malicious Android Apps On Play Store Barraged Users With Ads

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This Wallpaper Bricks Most Android Phones If Set As Wallpaper

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VivaVideo And Other Apps With Over 157 Million Installs Spy On Users

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StrandHogg 2.0 Vulnerability Targets Android Devices To Steal Data

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New EventBot Android Malware Is An InfoStealer, KeyLogger, Spyware, And More

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PhantomLance Malware Campaign Has Taken Over Android Play Store

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Secret Network of 27 Dodgy Android App Developers Unveiled

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Google Removed Shady Android VPN App That Allowed MiTM Attacks

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A Study of the top 150,000 Android Apps Reveals 12,706 to Contain a Variety of Backdoors

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