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Fake Android apps scam cost users £28000

Fake Android apps scam cost users £28000 - Telegraph.co.uk
May 24th 2012, 06:01
Telegraph.co.uk
Fake Android apps scam cost users £28000
Telegraph.co.uk
Malicious Android apps posed as Angry Birds and Cut the Rope in a scam that used premium rate text messages to defraud customers of £27850. By Matt Warman, Consumer Technology Editor The attack took place at the end of last year and affected 1391 ...
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