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Another week, another cyber security breach — or that's what it feels like, at least. One of the more high-profile incidents unfolded in mid-August when over 500 Google Play apps were infected with ad-related malware that may have been used to spy on their users. As reported by PCMag, Lookout Security Intelligence researchers discovered that the apps containing this malicious advertising software development kit (SDK) were downloaded 100 million times.
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