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Android malware skews Google Play ratings by installing apps

TUAW Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Android malware skews Google Play ratings by installing appsMalware writers haven't stopped trying to game app rankings through bogus app installs. Researchers at Check Point have identified a new strain of the longstanding Ghost Push malware, Googlian, that has infected over 1 million Android devices to date...
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