Fortnite for Android: Fake apps spy on players through their phone’s camera

Over half of all the unofficial Android apps for the hugely popular video game Fortnite: Battle Royale contain a form of malware, security researchers have discovered.

Analysis by Top10vpn of 32 Fortnite-related apps found that many were designed by hackers to track a person’s location, monitor their calls and spy on them through the device’s camera.

 

Defenx (LON:DFX), founded in 2009 and listed on the London Stock Exchange (AIM: DFX), is an up-and-coming company in the mobile security sector which offers a wide range of solutions for the protection of smartphones, desktop PCs and laptops.

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