Google Play, the companys official repository for Android apps, has once again been caught hosting fraudulent and potentially malicious apps, with the discovery of more than 56 apps—many of them for children—that were installed on almost 1.7 million devices. Tekya is a family of malware that generates fraudulent clicks on ads and banners delivered by agencies including Googles AdMob, AppLovin, Facebook, and Unity. To give the clicks the air of authenticity, the well obfuscated code causes...

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