New York Google deleted an app called Network VPN from its Play Store

Technology watchdog experts have revealed that there are more than 100 million users who download VPNs from the Google Play Store, which is likely to be leaked.

Experts say that users using VPNs may pose hacking risks because of a system error that allows hackers to easily access the users’ mobiles.

According to the report, more than ten million users have downloaded this application from the Google Play Store.

Google removed VPN from the Play Store following complaints received from experts and warned users to delete the application immediately from their mobile.

Experts, on the other hand, say there is also a risk of cyber attacks in the name of the Corona virus, so users should avoid using open Wi-Fi installed in public places.

Remember that the Google company takes various security measures to protect the data of its users.

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