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These 40 free antivirus Android apps might be stealing your information without your consent

If you have a free antivirus installed on your Android smartphone, it’s probably time to remove it. Security specialists from Cybernews have examined a total of 40 most popular antivirus and smartphone cleaning apps on the Google Play Store, with a total of 918 million cumulative installs, and only two of them do not have trackers that capture user data

 Super Antivirus and Virtual Guard are two excellent apps that have managed to stand out of the 40. On the other hand, Installing the Fancy suite of apps is likewise not recommended: Applications like Nova Security, Fancy Booster (23), Fancy Security (23), Fancy Battery (20), and Fancy Cleaner (20) are the programs that monitor user activities and information the most. Be careful about leaving such apps on your smartphone

In some instances, Our source also mentions that some programs that claim to improve the security of our smartphones by removing trash files also include connections to harmful information, exposing our devices to viruses. For this case, Only Six of them were brought to the limelight. There are six of them, with the palm going to Dr. Antivirus Capsule, which is the only one with three harmful links. AVC Antivirus, Fancy Booster, and Phone Junk have one, while GO Security and Virus Hunter have two.

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