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Flapybird has a trojin attached?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So my friend bricked their nexus 5 and came crying to me to fix it (I did) and after fixing it and installing android 5.0 and then reinstalling all their apps from the google play my apps list. 1 day after i put malwarebytes on the phone I got a message saying that it had found trojan.sms.Opfake. after removing it I looked into this but could not find anyone with the same issue. People where reporting fakes with trojans imbedded in them but none where reporting that the original app had this trojan. I was wondering if any other android users that have the app installed or have friends that have the app installed are getting this popping up from malware bytes or am i just the only one




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I will update this if I find anything more

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So you downloaded an app that was not original and got a trojan? Sounds about right...

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This was discovered yesterday(at least on this forum): http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/266604-malewarebytes-thinks-flappy-bird-is-an-infection/


I am scanning my device to see if I get the same reading. If I do, this will be one of the biggest plot twists lol.


Edit: I found 1 malwarez. It will be interesting when the scan finishes.

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I had Flappy Bird from the store on my Nexus 7, updated to 5 and decided to run a scan, and it got detected as a trojan on mine too.

Maybe it's a false positive, or maybe things are about to get really interesting.

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Let's be honest here, it's flappybird. It's already a cancer, so this doesn't change much.

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