Google Removes Fake Crypto-Mining Apps

This Data Breach alert was published at 24.08.2021 21.43 on Data Breach Today.

Researchers Say Users Paid Fees for Fake Mining Services
Google has removed eight fake crypto-mining apps from its Play Store, but security researchers have flagged 120 similar apps still available on the store, according to Trend Micro. Users paid for services the eight apps never delivered.

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