Android apps with 30 million downloads contain SpinOk Android malware — delete these now

Following the discovery that over a hundred Android apps with 400 million combined downloads actually contained the SpinOk malware, security researchers have now found that an additional 92 apps are also affected.

For those unaware, SpinOk is a spyware module that was being distributed as a software development kit (SDK) for advertisers. First discovered by the antivirus maker Dr. Web, developers unknowingly added it to their apps as a way to insert minigames that provide their users with minigames and “daily rewards” in order to hold their attention.

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Source: Yahoo! News