Uninstall these apps
Uninstall these apps

You must be downloading so many Android apps on your phone. Most of the apps are secure which you download from the Play Store. But sometimes some apps are harmful to us. Recently Researchers have found that eight Android apps have Malware.

The Researchers have released the list of those eight malware apps that are not good for your privacy. Today I am explaining to you about Uninstall these apps to keep your account safe. Read this post till the end to know more about this.


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List of Malware Android app and uninstall these apps

  1. Cake VPN (com.lazycoder.cakevpns)
  2. Pacific VPN (com.protectvpn.freeapp)
  3. eVPN (com.abcd.evpnfree)
  4. BeatPlayer (com.crrl.beatplayers)
  5. QR/Barcode Scanner MAX (com.bezrukd.qrcodebarcode)
  6. Music Player (com.revosleap.samplemusicplayers)
  7. tooltipnatorlibrary (com.mistergrizzlys.docscanpro)
  8. QRecorder (com.record.callvoicerecorder)

Also, Read Remove the Shareit app and secure your phone from getting hacked.

These eight malicious apps were spreading the Clast82 malware dropper, according to the Check Point Researcher. The Google Play Protect has not tracked this malware. This malware dropper is custom-designed and used to deliver financial malware. It installs the AlienBot Banker on your phone.

The AlienBot Banker is one of the malware that injects malicious code into remotely legitimate financial applications. The dropper also installs the MRAT that gives third parties remote access to your mobile.

These two malware programs can take control of your phone and your banking apps. It can bypass the two-factor authentication. It steals your financial data once it bypasses the two-factor authentication. Also, it can install the new app on your phone once it takes control of your phone.

If you use any app in these malware apps then uninstall these apps to secure your bank account as soon as possible. If you don’t remove these apps from your phone then it can steal your financial data.

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