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Millions of Android phones hit by 'Judy' malware

BBC News ------- More than 36 million Android devices may have been infected with ad-click malware, a security firm has said.Researchers at Check Point said they found the malware, dubbed Judy, on about 50 apps in Google's Play Store. The apps contain code that sends infected devices to a target webpage, where they generate fraudulent clicks on the site's adverts to make money for its creators. The infected apps have been removed from the Play Store. More than 40 of the apps were from the South Korean developer, Kiniwini, which publishes games to the Play Store under the name Enistudio. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

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