According to foreign media reports, and now, a very popular Android flash application was attacked by malicious ads, which after the user installed to lure him to download the potential risk of security applications. Micro Trend researchers released the news, according to them, the fall in the fall of malicious advertising software called LED Flashlight Super-Bright. This software can be downloaded to the user Play Store Google. Although the software has been very common in advertising, but the software appears to be a threat of advertising, it will tell the user that their cell phone has been infected, or the battery in the virus.
When encountered in this case, experienced users will choose to uninstall the software and then to download other alternative software, and the lack of user experience at this time may be scared, so it will in accordance with the requirements of the above download so-called antivirus software.
Security experts call this type of software PUA (Unwanted Applications Potentially, potentially unpopular software) because they are generally malicious. Micro Trend in its 2015 annual report noted that Store Play on 0.15% of the software are embedded in this malicious code. However, they said that the user may not have this kind of malicious attacks entirely due to the software itself and the software development team, because this kind of advertising is generally spread through an ad network.
Now, the user is still able to download the software on Play Store Google. Micro Trend said, they have to reflect this situation to the Google and other software platform to provide this software download.