Google removes popular Android apps that stole Facebook passwords

Google is still racing to pull Android apps that commit major privacy violations. Ars Technica notes that Google has removed nine apps from the Play Store after Dr. Web analysts discovered they were trojans stealing Facebook login details. These weren’t obscure titles — the malware had over 5.8…

Link: Google removes popular Android apps that stole Facebook passwords
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