What are your mobile apps doing these days?

|October 29, 2015 0

MUMBAI, INDIA: Security firm Avast shared analysis of Android mobile apps.

Here are some key findings:

Adware and porn clicker malware on Google Play has infected millions of users this year.



Ninety nine percent applications have entire control of mobile phone which means they remotely operate phone as a user does and 92 per cent can view network connections.

One out of 10 of top 100 applications can record audio and take pictures and videos and 9 out of 10 are able to read storage content which can modify or delete.

Vincent Steckler, CEO, Avast, said, “One group of hackers managed to return more than 50 times into the store with the same strategy in just three months—their apps posed as games, but did nothing but click on porn.”

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