Android VPN software riddled with virus, spyware and other malware

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Android VPN software riddled with virus, spyware and other malware
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Android VPN software riddled with virus, spyware and other malware

Even worse: many don't even encrypt traffic, as advertised

Android software supposedly intended to secure smartphone users' privacy and security frequently contains spyware and other forms of malware, researchers have warned. A study by researchers in the...

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