The applications sent users pornographic content, redirected them to phishing web pages and downloaded photos of users.
After installing applications, they act harmlessly, but if you try to delete them, you'll notice that the application does not have an icon in the application list. Starting the application is via a "shortcut". For most users, this means a problem to remove the application. The app displays ads on unlocking devices. Some of the ads are for pornography, some of which link to content that attempts to collect user data, various rewards, and games of chance. For example, the application shifts the user to a site with simple video games. After three attempts, the user receives a "reward" for which he should leave the data on the phishing page.
Most applications are replaced with original Android cameras. The most common victim of these malicious applications is from India, although the whole Asian region is targeted.