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You may have caught a virus when activating Google Play on Windows 11

You may have caught a virus when activating Google Play You may have caught a virus when activating Google Play on Windows 11

If you wanted to activate Google Play on Windows 11, you could use a utility such as Windows Toolbox. If this is the case, then you need to urgently check the devices for viruses.

One of the features of Windows 11 is the launch of APK files, and natively. Only users were furious when they saw that they could only download apps directly from the Amazon Appstore. One way out is to download the Windows Toolbox utility, which is quietly on GitHub. Now this page is inactive, apparently the site administration has deleted it. The reason is simple – users downloaded the Trojan virus without suspecting anything.

You may have caught a virus when activating Google Play You may have caught a virus when activating Google Play on Windows 11

Publications such as Bleeping Computer explained that because of the Windows Toolbox, computers and other devices were infected. And this virus comes in many forms – Chrome extensions, dubious scripts, invisible folders, and collecting data from all your browsers. It got to the point that if the user went to the WhatsApp website, then he was transferred to left pages with strange programs, games and intrusive notifications.

If you are not sure that you are a victim of such an attack, then just in case, check the hidden folder “c:\systemfile”. Well, go through the antivirus, it will not be superfluous.

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