‘Gooligan’ Android malware affects more than 1 million Google accounts
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 Chances are your Android phone is running an older version and unfortunately, there's a malware campaign dubbed 'Gooligan' affecting more than 1 million Google accounts. There is a tool you can use to check if your account is compromised.
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