Google cut down 21 Android apps to heal malware problem
Google has taken a positive step in removing the effected apps to address the rising malware problem.
Google has pulled 21 Apps from the Android Market that have been identified as being aimed at gaining root access to a user’s personal data. Google’s act has left its users vulnerable to serious security treat.The list of apps taken down includes, Falling Down, Super Guitar Solo, Super History Eraser, Photo Editor, Super Ringtone Maker, Super Sex Positions, Hot Sexy Videos, Chess, Hilton Sex Sound, Screaming Sexy Japanese Girls, Falling Ball Dodge, Scientific Calculator, Dice Roller, Advanced Currency Converter, APP Uninstaller, Funny Paint and Spider Man plus some Chinese titles.
Moreover, the currently infected phones has got into deeper problem as there is no known method for successfully removing the affected files.