Google’s Battle With Joker Continues And Another App Has Been Removed

Here is another “Clown Alert” for Android smartphone users. One of the most common malware (type of virus) found in Android smartphones has been found in another application that has been downloaded over 500,000 times. google play store, Research firm Pradio wrote in a recent blog post that a mobile app called Color Messages infected with the Joker malware is currently available for download. Google Apps It has been installed by more than half a million users.
Google has since removed the app. Attention Android Smartphone Users google browser Removing the app from the Google Play Store means that it will no longer trap new users. However, users who have already downloaded the app should remove it on their own from their phone. Removing Google from the Play Store doesn’t mean the app will disappear from the 500,000+ devices on which it was downloaded.
what is that color messaging app
The Color Messages app claims to offer users the ability to read their messages with a range of customization options. “It makes texting easy, fun and beautiful. Customize theme quickly. Color Message app has unique technology that can help you customize default SMS messaging ยป Read the app description before Google deletes it. Amazingly, the app garnered over 1,800 reviews with an average rating of four stars. There were also reviews called app scams.
Exactly what the Joker malware does
Joker is one of the most annoying Android malware. Classified as a fleaware app, it steals SMS messages, contact lists and device information, as well as trick users into signing up for premium service subscriptions without their knowledge. It simulates clicks and can intercept SMS messages including bank messages for users. Over the years, Joker malware has lurked in hundreds of apps. These apps will use several different methods to avoid detection, including standard and custom encryption.
In January 2020, Google published a lengthy blog post detailing its three-year battle with the Joker Malare. Google first discovered the Joker malware in 2017.

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