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I just ran a recent scan with Mobile Security & Antivirus v.2.0.792.0-0 Premium version and it found a threat named Leadbolt.B (variant) in another Google App called "Droid Sky View".  The Sky View seems pretty legitimate and I haven't quarantined it yet.  I couldn't find too many resources exploring the specific signature found so I thought I'd gather some opinions.  Is it the actual source IP of the adware that ESET is red-flagging?  Zedge has ad's popping up on it too so why are they considered legitimate?  Thanks for the help.  I'm guessing I'm not the only one in need of a sense of direction.

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I reckon Leadbolt is detected as a potentially unwanted application (PUA) which is a fully optional detection.

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