Hundreds of Android VPN apps are actually full of malware

Uh... Well...that's all I can think of saying. I'm a little stunned.

Numerous Android applications supposedly intended to secure smartphone users' privacy and security actually contain spyware and other forms of malware, researchers have warned.

A study by researchers in the US and Australia (PDF) has found that a large number of Android virtual private networking (VPN) apps are completely insecure and may even contain malicious code.

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