Facebook hack app

Sometimes when your Facebook account is hacked, it’s actually not from people close to you but from some of the applications, you installed on your phone. Some applications secretly steal information on FB login people for the best-known reasons by the application developer.


Recently, around 9 applications were found stealing the details of Facebook login users without knowing.This application stole your vital login details including your username and password.

Unfortunately, more than 5.8 million users have installed this application and have a higher risk of having their Facebook account compromised.

Removing the installation This application will save you from the potential of Hellybreak generated from your compromised Facebook account.

So without wasting more time, let’s disclose the application that stole your details on Facebook.

The application that stole your Facebook login details

These are apps on play store with Trojan.

  1. PIP Photo by Lillian. This app has been downloaded more than 5,000,000 times by users.
  2. Processing Photo by chikumburahamilton has been downloaded more than 500,000 times by users.
  3. Horoscope Daily by Hscope Daily mom has been downloaded more than 100,000 times by users
  4. Inwell Fitness by Reuben Germaine has been downloaded more than 100,000 times by users
  5. Rubbish Cleaner by SNT.rbcl has been downloaded more than 100,000 times by users
  6. App Lock Keep by Sheralaw Rence has been downloaded more than 50,000 times by users.
  7. App Lock Manager by Implummet col has been downloaded more than 10,000 times by users.
  8. Lockit Master by Enali mchicolo has been downloaded more than 5,000 times
  9. Horoscope Pi by Talleyr Shauna has been downloaded more than 1,000 times on Playstore.

Do you have this application installed on your mobile? Do it well to remove installation if your FB security is important to you.
This report was revealed by the Top Malware Analyst Dr. Web. The report revealed that the application uses five malware variants between them, three of them are original Android and the other two use Google Flutter Framework.
Meanwhile, all variants use similar configuration file formats and JavaScript code, so they are known as the same Trojan.
Dr. Web, the application looks like a legitimate application. They offer basic photo editing features and likes. But this application developer stole a Facebook password.

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