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Warning for Android users to urgently delete these apps if installed

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  • Security experts have urged Android users to delete five apps from their phones immediately over fears they are infected with malware.

    Samsung Galaxy phones are particularly at risk from the nasty bug called Anatsa, which is a banking trojan.

    It is capable of performing actions on a victim’s phone without them knowing, including taking money from their bank account.

    The apps, which had been available on the Google Play Store, are:

    • Phone Cleaner – File Explorer
    • PDF Viewer – File Explorer
    • PDF Reader – Viewer & Editor
    • Phone Cleaner: File Explorer
    • PDF Reader: File Manager

    Article courtesy of Life Hacker

    https://lifehacker.com/tech/delete-these-android-malware-apps-asap


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