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Hackers have infected over 1.3 million Android phones and hacked into Google accounts through fake apps.
The malware campaign is named Gooligan.
Researchers at Check Point, a cybersecurity firm, says that hackers stole digital "tokens" and got access to Google account information. The hackers have not stolen the information, Google says.
Once infected, the android phones install fake apps and then rate them highly, making it more likely for other users to download the apps.
Google has started to remove the fake apps from their official store.
Check Point reports that of the 1 million breached accounts, 19 percent are in the Americas, 9 percent are in Europe, 15 percent are in Africa and 57 percent are in Asia.
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Check Point says if your account has been breached, follow these steps:
List of fake apps infected by Gooligan: