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Google has found and removed 25 Apps for stealing Facebook Login Information

Web crawler goliath Google is found out to have removed 25 applications for stealing Facebook login accreditations of users.

As indicated by the French digital security firm, Evina the new malware takes Facebook logins and could successfully demolish yours on the web and offline life.

“Better approaches for executing misrepresentation are normally brought to the consideration of our cybersecurity specialists and we as of late found new malware that takes Facebook logins. This malware could successfully demolish your on the web and disconnected life by grabbing the qualifications of one of your most esteemed bits of advanced land. The malware was implanted in countless well known applications,” Evina wrote in a blog entry.

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“We had Google shut down those applications. Evina managed to successfully reverse-engineer the malware which enabled us to protect end-users against it,” the cyber research firm said.

The above malignant applications, Evina says, on the whole had more than 25 lakh downloads.

The security firm additionally said that when an application is propelled on your telephone, the malware inquiries the application name and on the off chance that it is a Facebook application, the malware will dispatch a program that heaps Facebook simultaneously.

“The browser is displayed in the foreground which makes you think that the application launched it. When you enter your credentials into this browser, the malware executes java script to retrieve them. The malware then sends your account information to a server,” it added.

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