Google has removed this month 25 Android applications from the Google Play Store that were caught stealing Facebook credentials.
Before being taken down, the 25 apps were collectively downloaded more than 2.34 million times.
The malicious apps were developed by the same threat group and despite offering different features, under the hood, all the apps worked the same.
According to a report from French cyber-security firm Evina shared with ZDNet today, the apps posed as step counters, image editors, video editors, wallpaper apps, flashlight applications, file managers, and mobile games. [....]