What is Google Play Protect and How Does it Keep Android Secure?

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What is Google Play Protect and How Does it Keep Android Secure?

Android is open, flexible, and all about choice. Unfortunately, that flexibility comes more potential security issues. The good news is that Google has a system in place named Play Protect that helps keep Android secure.

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