Personal PrivacyNine Google Play Apps With More Than 470K Downloads Can Access Your Facebook and Google AccountsFebruary 7, 2020Personal PrivacyfacebookGoogleGoogle Playmalware The Infinite BriefResearchers on Thursday documented two new malware campaigns targeting Android users. The first involved nine apps that had been downloaded from Google Play more than 470,000 times. Once installed, the apps could log in to users’ Facebook and Google accounts to perform ad fraud. The campaign was most active in Japan, Taiwan, the United States, India, and Thailand. Curated from Ars Technica Tags :facebookGoogleGoogle Playmalwareshare on Facebookshare on Twittershare on LinkedInshare on Redditadd a comment Leave a Response Cancel replyCommentName Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Surveillance of Welfare Recipients Violates Human Rights, Dutch Court RulesPersonal Data of Over 6 Million Israeli Voters Leaked After Uploaded to App Used By Netanyahu’s PartyYou Might Also LikePersonal PrivacyA Growing List of Companies Are Now Using Webcams to Monitor Their Remote EmployeesPersonal PrivacyNew Google Data Shows a 350% Increase in Phishing Websites During the Coronavirus PandemicPersonal PrivacyWhat’s the Going Rate for Social Security Numbers on the Dark Web?