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Google has dozens of applications from Android Market removed after it became clear that these applications may contain malware and forwarding of user data.
The free applications with malware called DroidDream Androidpolice.com were discovered by the website. The apps would also install a backdoor into Android.
Before Google applications five minutes after the report has thrown out the application store, they were between 50,000 and 200,000 times downloaded. The applications were similar to existing apps, but here were copies of it.
A complete list of applications can be found on the website of the British newspaper the Guardian. The newspaper speaks of fifty Police Android applications where it holds 21 apps. Some applications included sexual titles to a wider audience.
Through the backdoor that was created, software can be installed without the user having to give permission. Moreover, personal information of the user in question is stored and transmitted.
What happens to people who have downloaded the application is not yet known.