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This popular Android video editing app turned out to be a scam

This popular Android video editing app turned out to be a scam

This popular Android video editing app turned out to be a scam

As TikTok, Instagram and other video sharing apps have become increasingly popular, more users have turned to free video editing software to edit their content. 

However, new research from Secure-D’s anti-fraud platform Upstream has revealed that over 20m suspicious transaction requests, that could have cost users more than $27m in unauthorized premium charges, came from the popular Android video editing app VivaVideo.

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