Nearly a year after debuting in the Play Store, an update had this app recording your conversations and sending them to a remote server
Stefanko writes, “Unfortunately, we don’t have any evidence that the app was pushed to a particular group of people, and from the app description and further research (possible app distribution vector), it isn’t clear if a specific group of people was targeted or not. It seems very unusual, but we don’t have evidence to say otherwise.”
The developer linked to the app in the Google Play Store is “Coffeeholic Dev,” and Google not only removed iRecorder Screen Recorder from the Play Store, but it also removed other Google Play Store apps created by the developer.
Just recall that just because Google has removed an app from the Play Store, it doesn’t mean that the app has been removed from your phone if you installed iRecorder or any other app created by Coffeeholic Dev before they were pulled. If you find iRecorder or any app created by Coffeeholic Dev on your phone, make sure to uninstall it from your handset immediately.
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