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New dangerous Android malware found in 14 apps, delete them immediately: Here is the list of apps

McAfee researchers have discovered a new Android backdoor malware dubbed ‘Xamalicious’ which has infected around 338,300 devices via malicious apps on the Google Play Store. The malware was found in 14 apps, some with heavy downloads, and while these apps were removed from the store, installed versions remain hazardous. Users are advised to manually remove these apps and use antiviruses to ensure device security.

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