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Android Users Need to Manually Remove These 16 Infected Apps

Google recently disabled 17 Android apps infected with Joker malware, but only users can uninstall them.

By Matthew Humphries

One of the most persistent pieces of malware targeting Android devices has reared its head again, this time appearing in 17 apps on the Google Play Store.




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