Quickheal has detected eight apps on the Play Store affected by joker malware with a total download count of 50,000. Google has been informed and the apps have been removed from the Playstore. Joker interacts with ads to steal users’ information. Once access is granted, it subscribes the user to paid premium services, causing a loss of money without the knowledge of the user. It downloads two payloads that infect the device and steal personal information.