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Seek and destroy – Google kills off rogue Android apps
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Google has used a "kill switch" to clean up phones hit by rogue Android applications. Almost 60 malware-infected programmes were found on the Android Market on 1 March and estimates suggest they may have been downloaded by 200000 users.
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