“Lately we informed you how a fake Dubsmash application has been uploaded to Google Play Store at least nine times, which have tens of thousands of installs,” Lukas Stefanko reports for WeLiveSecurity.

“This porn clicker Trojan, which we detect as Android/Clicker, has once more become available for download from Play Store,” Stefanko reports. “After we notified Google and published an article about these fake Dubsmash Trojans, we discovered other fake Dubsmash versions being uploaded again infected with the same porn clicker. ”

“We detected yet another 51 Trojan porn clickers accessible for the users to download. Four of them had more than 10,000 installs and one of them had more than 50,000 installs,” Stefanko reports. “This 51 together with 9 fake Dubsmash we reported in the previous article users were able to download 60 different Trojan clicker applications from Google Play. ESET is still seeing occurrences of this infiltration on Google Play and, after more than a month, these fake Trojan Clickers are still managing to evade Google’s Bouncer malware filter and potentially exposing millions of users to risk.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Open. As in, bend over and open wide.

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Ton Kramer” for the heads up.]