Google Removes 29 Apps From Play Store | According to the White Ops Storey Threat Intelligence and Research team, Google has removed 29 malicious apps from the Play Store, including adware.
“White Ops discovered 29 apps with the facility of Code of Out-of-Reference (OOC) ads, as well as a very clever way to detect identity.
The Satori team said that the apps we examined during this research did not serve as advertisements and had more than 3.5 million downloads.
Google Removes 29 Apps From Play Store | The White Ops investigation, dubbed CHARTREUSEBLUR, found that most apps included the word “blur” in their package names. Many of these malicious apps were disguised as photo editors, allowing the user to blur sections of the image.
These 29 apps include auto picture cut, color call flash, square photo blur, square blur photo, magic call flash, easy blur, image blur, auto photo blur, photo blur, photo blur master, super call screen, square blur, square blur Are included. Master, smart blur photo, smart photo blur, super call flash, smart call flash, blur photo editor and blur image. The rest of the apps are variants of these with the same name.