Google removes nine popular apps that stole users’ Facebook passwords

Google has removed nine popular apps from the Play Store after researchers found that they were stealing Facebook passwords. The apps had over 5.8 million combined downloads. It’s worth noting that the apps were titled in a way that was easy for them to be found by users. The nine apps were: Rubbish Cleaner, Inwell…
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