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A set of four Android apps released by the same developer has been discovered directing victims to malicious websites as part of an adware and information-stealing campaign.

The apps, published by a developer named Mobile apps Group and currently available on the Play Store, have been collectively downloaded over one million times.

According to Malwarebytes, the websites are designed to generate revenues through pay-per-click ads, and worse, prompt users to install cleaner apps on their phones with the goal of deploying additional malware.

The list of apps is as follows –

  • Bluetooth App Sender ( – 50,000+ downloads
  • Bluetooth Auto Connect (com.bluetooth.autoconnect.anybtdevices) – 1,000,000+ downloads
  • Driver: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB (com.driver.finder.bluetooth.wifi.usb) – 10,000+ downloads
  • Mobile transfer: smart switch ( – 1,000+ downloads

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