Nokia beware! New Android phone gets ludicrous features at a low price
The app, called PIP Pic Camera Photo Editor, was found to contain nasty malware that was fully capable of stealing Facebook credentials including user names and passwords. This could allow hackers to access accounts, steal personal data and send scam messages to contacts.
We use your sign-up to provide information in ways you’ve agreed to and to learn more about you. Based on our understanding, this may involve advertisements from us and third parties. You have the option to unsubscribe at any time. more information If you’ve recently downloaded a slew of new apps, you should check your Android phone as soon as possible. Google has recently removed one of the most popular apps from the Play Store, and there’s a solid reason for it.
Until earlier this week the image-editing software was still available to download and install but Google has now blocked access after being alerted to its dangers. Sadly, this news won’t come as any consolation to the million people who have already installed PIP Pic Camera Photo Editor onto their devices, If you are one of the unlucky ones then it’s a good idea to delete the application from your devices and change your Facebook password without delay.