Catherine J. Frompovich
Readers, if you have the Flashlight App installed on your smart phone, your phone is infected with malware according to Snoopwall’s CEO Gary Miliefsky.
There are 10 flashlight apps that smart phone users can access and install. Those Trojan horse malware packages send your personal information to the following countries: China, India, and Russia. Think cybercrime snooping around all my information with easy access.
Please watch the video below and take corrective actions immediately, if not sooner! Miliefsky suggests getting a factory reset on your smart phone, but before you do that, you’d better backup your information, as it all will be erased by the factory reset, which is the only way to get rid of that flashlight malware.
Check out the video here: http://www.activistpost.com/2015/04/cell-phone-flashlight-apps-are-malware.html#more