Beware of this app in the Play Store, it’s not from Samsung: it’s fake

Samsung Good Lock is a set of applications that have become indispensable for any owner of a smartphone from the South Korean giant interested in advanced device customization.

Samsung has recently released an interesting module for Good Lock called direct delivery currently available for South Korean devices with One UI 5, which allows you to share files with other smartphones, tablets and square Now, another app called DropShip has made its way to the Google Play Store, but it’s probably best to avoid installing it because it can be dangerous.

A fake DropShip for Samsung Good Lock is coming to the Play Store

A new DropShip app has appeared on the Play Store with the same icon and package name as the original Samsung app. The app in question doesn’t appear to be from Samsung, but the developer is primarily “Assert Studio,” which has released other questionable apps in the past, including one that looks like a fake Nothing Ear app for true wireless headphones. None Ear 1 almost no downloads.

Once installed, opening the fake DropShip app only displays an on-screen message to update the app, reinforcing suspicions that it could be a malicious app. So the advice is to download Good Lock modules only from Samsung Galaxy Store.

Despite Google’s continued efforts, the Play Store is full of rogue and malicious apps, so you should always check which developer they came from before installing an app. These days, three Samsung smartphones have come out with vulnerabilities that have unfortunately been exploited.

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