These 15 apps can steal data from your mobile phone

The ‘Joker’ cell phone virus has appeared in 15 mobile apps available on the Android Play Store. While Google has tried to remove malware from its system over the past several years, it still hasn’t succeeded.

If you have any of these apps, malware may steal your data, including SMS, contact list, and device information. It has been reported that he is able to defraud by charging false services fees.

These are hacked apps

  • Easy PDF Scanner
  • Now QR Code Scan1
  • Super-Click VPN
  • Volume Booster, Louder Equalizer
  • Battery charging bubble animation effects
  • smart tv remote
  • Increase the volume of hearing
  • Flash alert flash on call
  • Halloween coloring
  • Classic Emoji Keyboard
  • Super hero effect
  • dazzling keyboard
  • EmojiOne keyboard
  • Battery Charging Live Wallpaper
  • Blender Photo Editor-Easy Photo Background Editor

Android malware analyst at Kaspersky security company Tatyana Shishkova has reported a resurgence of this virus. It usually appears in high-demand applications such as device customizers, PDF readers, and VPNs.

The virus originally appeared in 2017. Two years later, Google published information about its attempts to erase it from its system and since then the frequency of its occurrence has decreased.

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