Dangerous Crypto Mining Apps to Avoid

Google has removed eight bitcoin mining apps that were designed to trick unwitting users. These apps’ in-app purchases ranged from $14.99 to $189.99. These apps’ in-app purchases ranged from $14.99 to $189.99. According to security research firm Trend Micro, over 120 phone bitcoin mining programmes are still available online. This article will show you list of dangerous crypto mining apps to avoid. as they have been found out to pose security threats to your data.

Cryptocurrency is all the dominant traits, and as is customary, dangerous applications and hackers are here to profit from the current crypto frenzy. These apps are designed to trick unsuspecting users into installing them on their phones.

Google has taken down eight of the most dangerous cryptocurrency apps from its Play Store. These apps were designed to dupe unsuspecting users into downloading and installing them on their phones. These applications used the standard “get rich quick” plan to entice users to deposit money in a “cloud mining service” and profit from it.

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The programme Daily Bitcoin Rewards – Cloud Based Mining System encourages users to increase their crypto mining capacity by “purchasing” their favourite mining equipment in order to earn more coins at a quicker rate, according to the study.

Dangerous Crypto Mining Apps to Avoid

Below are the dangerous crypto mining apps to avoid. as they have been found out to pose security threats to your data:

  1. BitFunds – Crypto Cloud Mining

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  2. Bitcoin Miner – Cloud Mining

  3. Bitcoin (BTC) – Pool Mining Cloud Wallet

  4. Crypto Holic – Bitcoin Cloud Mining

  5. Daily Bitcoin Rewards – Cloud Based Mining System

  6. Bitcoin 2021

  7. MineBit Pro is a cryptocurrency cloud mining and bitcoin miner.

  8. Ethereum (ETH) – Pool Mining Cloud

Badly, according to Trend Micro, there are still over 120 fake cryptocurrency mining apps available. Per the security research firm, these apps have affected over 4,500 users in the last year.

It is strongly advised that you uninstall any of these apps if you have them installed on your phone. Follow the steps below to uninstall such apps if you have them on your phone:

  • Go to Settings
  • Scroll to Apps
  • Tap on the app’s name
  •  Then choose ‘Uninstall’

Once you do that, the apps will be uninstall and your phone will be free from the danger apps pose to the security of your data.

Source: Nyscinfo

Updated: August 24, 2021 — 12:09 am

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