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Trojan virus: 9 Android Apps flagged; your Facebook password is under threat from hackers

Trojan virus: 9 Android smartphones apps were found to have malicious malware, So, next time you go to Google Play Store, be careful about what you download.

Trojan virus: 9 Android smartphone apps were flagged by the cyber security firm that you must beware of and delete immediately as they can steal your Facebook password.
1/12 Trojan virus: 9 Android smartphone apps were flagged by the cyber security firm that you must beware of and delete immediately as they can steal your Facebook password. (MINT_PRINT)
This development will shock every Android smartphone owner. A cyber security firm has warned about Trojan virus on 9 Android Apps that can cause immense loss. The malicious malware is being used by hackers who upload their apps on Google Play Store from where unsuspecting users then download them on their smartphones. These hackers have different ways to bypass Google’s security gates.  Find and delete them: These 9 Android apps can steal Facebook users’ login names and even passwords! These Android apps have infected more than 5,856,010 users' smartphones, according to Doctor Web. To protect yourself from these malicious Android apps, you must find out if they are there on your smartphone and delete them immediately.
2/12 This development will shock every Android smartphone owner. A cyber security firm has warned about Trojan virus on 9 Android Apps that can cause immense loss. The malicious malware is being used by hackers who upload their apps on Google Play Store from where unsuspecting users then download them on their smartphones. These hackers have different ways to bypass Google’s security gates.  Find and delete them: These 9 Android apps can steal Facebook users’ login names and even passwords! These Android apps have infected more than 5,856,010 users' smartphones, according to Doctor Web. To protect yourself from these malicious Android apps, you must find out if they are there on your smartphone and delete them immediately.
How Facebook account passwords were stolen: Doctor Web’s malware analysts said that these Android apps are stealer trojans and were spread as harmless software. When they were being downloaded from Play Store, users were asked to log onto their Facebook accounts in order to get access to all of the apps’ functions. Users were shown the standard Facebook login page which made it seem genuine. Hackers then managed to access user’s Facebook credentials.   In fact, Dr Web had found 10 trojan apps, but out of these, 9 were available on the Google Play Store.
3/12 How Facebook account passwords were stolen: Doctor Web’s malware analysts said that these Android apps are stealer trojans and were spread as harmless software. When they were being downloaded from Play Store, users were asked to log onto their Facebook accounts in order to get access to all of the apps’ functions. Users were shown the standard Facebook login page which made it seem genuine. Hackers then managed to access user’s Facebook credentials.   In fact, Dr Web had found 10 trojan apps, but out of these, 9 were available on the Google Play Store.
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