Recently Google has removed 60 gaming apps from its Play Store. Giving this information, Google said that 60 game apps with malware have been removed from the play store after the security firm check-point report. All these apps used to have pornography advertisements, and through this, users were charged for premium service.
Security firm Czech Point said in its report that these apps put pop-up advertisements. These apps also had malware called AdultSwine which was hidden. The gaming app with this malware has been downloaded 3-7 million times. At the same time, the checkpoint said in its report that pop-up ads coming to these apps were not the part of Google.
Malware Users also had fake security app downloads from the gaming apps, through which hackers could easily access your phone and steal your personal information. The apps that have been removed from the Play Store include gaming apps like Paw Puppy Run Subway Surf, Shin Hero Boy Adventure Game, Drawing Lessons Lego Ninjago, Addon Sponge Bob for MCPE.