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Nikolaos Chrysaidos 3 Nov 17
Fake WhatsApp Update on . Under the "same" dev name. Incl. a Unicode whitespace. One Million downloads
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Lukas Stefanko 4 Nov 17
Imagine if they use UNICODE chars in fake banking apps with actual phishing functionality.
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Nikolaos Chrysaidos 4 Nov 17
Use of Unicode chars could be a bigger threat soon or later for some specific mobile malware families 1/2
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Nikolaos Chrysaidos 4 Nov 17
In addition of Google not following their guidelines
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hh 4 Nov 17
Replying to @Frizlab @deathy and 3 others
On Android if you search in the actual playstore app you only have one result.
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deathy 4 Nov 17
It puts official app first, but if you scroll down it shows you the others. May also depend on country.
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deathy 4 Nov 17
"NOTE: This application is not related to Whatsapp company in anyway". Then why did you put 38 spaces in your publisher name? Come on..
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Jon Eaves 4 Nov 17
Replying to @deathy @antumbral and 2 others
Interesting. My search results look nothing like that.
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deathy 4 Nov 17
Majority seem to have disappeared 2-3 hours ago. Had some direct URLs saved, Google Play gives Not Found now.
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Jon Eaves 4 Nov 17
Replying to @deathy @antumbral and 2 others
Right. This shouldn’t happen in the first place of course, but wondering if this is the approach that’s been chosen internally.
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deathy 4 Nov 17
Just regarding impersonation of app publisher, this one is still in store and can be found:
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deathy 4 Nov 17
Not sure exactly what that app does, but it's from 2-3 days ago and clear impersonation of publisher.
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