According to the reports, Google has recently removed the access of around 85 different mobile applications from its Google play store.

Google removed apps
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This step was taken by Google because a security issue arises in Google. The security researchers at Trend Micro recently found particular annoying adware hiding inside one of the mobile application in the Google play store.

According to the reports Ecular Xu, who is a mobile threat response engineer at Trend Micro, security researchers, Google, said in a blog post on Friday that we found another example of adware’s potential real-life impact on Google Play.

Google removed apps
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Actually, Trend Micro detects this as Android OS Hidenad HRXH. Apart from displaying advertisements that are difficult to close. This invites unique techniques to evade detection through user behavior as well as time-based triggers.

According to the sources, in the Google play store majority of the mobile applications of the Google Company that are discovered or found to be veiled as photography as well as gaming apps are downloaded over eight million times.

Google removed apps
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Photography as well as gaming apps, which are downloaded over eight million times, are Super Selfie, Cos Camera, Pop Camera, and One Stroke Line Puzzle.

Above, mentioned mobile applications are the most popular mobile applications, which are among the 85 apps that are discovered by Trend Micro as being infected with adware.

According to the reports, Trend Micro pointed out that this type of adware should ideally affect mobile phones, which are running with the older versions of Android.

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