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Popular premium Android security app exposed as fake

08
Apr
2014

Virus Shield promised to protect smartphones from harmful apps and to scan files, settings and media in real time for ultimate peace of mind, and all for just $3.99. However, there is just one catch, as Michael Crider from Android Police discovered: its all a big con. Google does have safeguards in place when it comes to potentially malicious apps. This open approach, which is one of Androids best features, can also be its biggest flaw.

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