Delete these 8 dangerous apps from your phone immediately, otherwise bank deposits can be stolen

8 malicious apps have been removed from the Google Play Store. These are fake cryptocurrency apps that were stealing users' personal data as well as emptying their bank accounts. These include from Bitcoin to MineBit Pro.

 New Delhi, Tech Desk. Veteran technology company Google has removed 8 malicious apps from the Play Store. These include mobile apps like BitFunds, Bitcoin and MineBit Pro. The company says that through these mobile apps, hackers were stealing personal data of users as well as emptying their bank accounts. Let us tell you that the company had banned the location data app SafeGraph before these 8 malicious apps. This app was accused of selling the location data of users for Kovid mapping.

According to a report by research firm Trend Micro, hackers were duping users by showing advertisements and taking other charges including subscription service through these malicious mobile apps. Now these mobile apps have been removed from Google-Play Store. Along with this, users have also been requested that if these apps are present in their device, then delete them immediately.

These are the 8 mobile apps removed from the Google Play Store

BitFunds – Crypto Cloud Mining

Bitcoin Miner – Cloud Mining

Bitcoin (BTC) – Pool Mining Cloud Wallet

Crypto Holic – Bitcoin Cloud Mining

Daily Bitcoin Rewards – Cloud Based Mining System

Bitcoin 2021

MineBit Pro - Crypto Cloud Mining & btc miner

Ethereum (ETH) - Pool Mining Cloud

More than 120 cryptocurrency mining apps now available

Research firm Trend Micro claims that there are still more than 120 fake cryptocurrency apps on the Google Play Store. All these apps are making users their victims. Such mobile apps have stolen personal data of more than 4,500 users from July 2020 to July 2021.

This Indian app was banned before these 8 mobile apps and location tracking apps

Google banned the Bolo Indya mobile app in June. This mobile app was accused of copyright infringement. In this case, a complaint was filed by the music company T-Series. The company said that most of the companies have settled the dispute with T-Series, but Bolo Indya has not settled yet. We had sent him several legal notices.