It seems legit, otherwise why would Google have it in the app store
You should see the comments
My wife's son tablet (old one with android 4) got a fake ransomware. it blocked your tablet claiming that they had crypted all your files and that you had to pay a ransom to get everything back etc etc.
I searched it up on google and apparently it was a virus that used a vulnerability of the default browser in some non recent android versions. You could not access options, you could not access other apps, you could not access your launcher, you could not do anything. Installing some ransom remover via playstore remote on a pc didn't fix a shit.
Factory reset fixed it tho.
I then rooted my wife's son device and installed AdAway so he can now continue to watch all the porn he wants.
I would say I can't believe those comments, but that's not true. It's like if everyone who commented on youtube owned an Android phone
AHAHAHAHAHAHAH ITALIAN COMMENTS!!! They're always the same
I refuse to believe actual people from my country are THIS retarded.
I should fucking know, i get money to fix other people computer fuckups.
Someone tell me those are fake accounts made by the same shill who made the virus that just happen to be italian.
>omar abd el karim
senpai the other pages of reviews are even worse. Pretty much all 5 stars and some are gold
>When I visit some websites I'm often told to install this app to get rid of a virus, but I've already installed this app!!
>Thank you it saved my "pad" from a virus
I...never read the app comments.
I often ask /g/ about certain apps and I get some decent insight from you guys.
Why would you even read those? The first time I got an android phone I did read them, but at least the comments made SOME sense, but now....god fucking damn it it's awful.
>when you have over 100 tabs the tab switcher shows a :D - 6 STARS!!!
>implying buying the song on Google play music store won't get you the full song
>for the Google dumbness series
I doubt it is legitimately malicious, it probably just is useless and full of adds like all free app store things. So they make money by you downloading it and it is as harmful and useless as all the other free shit you download, the company is just using scarevertising like most AV companies.
I had to fix a Android phone recently which had malware that infected the fucking system restore partition. I had to reflash a image from the bootloader. It was completely unusable because of all the malware install prompts/porn/random Chinese popups. I'm not sure how people manage to fuck up their devices this badly.
>Miller has written a patch — he's calling it "Caulkgun" — for the Apple battery vulnerability and will release it at Black Hat.
>The downside is that Caulkgun will prevent future firmware updates. Nor will it do anything to solve the greater problem, because this vulnerability is not confined to Apple laptop batteries.
If you guys think that's bad, go to any app that requires root and you'll see a bunch of Indians complaining about how it doesn't work.
>Have you got other
Yes, this one is called "english motherfucker do you speak it"
Comes with a copy of the bible and a brownie
>all these retards who don't know what WebView is
Indian comments in general are the worst.