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Malware hits up 35 thousand Android users


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<p>Up to 36.5 million Android devices were hit by a new malware named "Judy." The security research firm Check Point discovered that more than 41 apps on the Google Play store were infected the "Judy." The malware is an auto-clicking adware that infects devices to get a large number of fake ad clicks to generate revenue. "It is unclear how long the malicious code existed inside the apps, hence the actual spread of the malware remains unknown...the total spread of the malware may have reached between 8.5 and 36.5 million users," Check Point</p>

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