The most popular Android thermal scanning app for your phone has come under fire from security experts.
The popular ThermalScanner is now being accused of sending malicious data to the user’s phone via Bluetooth.
The app allows users to send data to their phone’s Bluetooth radio without the need for any password or PIN.
The malware scanner uses Bluetooth technology that has been around for some time and has been used by malicious hackers to collect personal data from victims.
The app uses Bluetooth for two purposes.
It sends the data from the phone’s GPS to the app’s servers, and it can send the data to third parties via Bluetooth, which is why it is called Bluetooth fingerprint scanning.
ThermalScan.com does not encrypt the data, and so it can be read by any third party who has access to your device.
The third party can then use that data to log you into a website or social media site that can then download the data and send it to a remote server.
The data can also be sent to third party websites to gather personal information.
Thermal Scanner is a free app available on Google Play, and users can send their thermal scan data to it through the app.
Users can also install the app from their own Google account, and they can choose to scan for malicious apps or malicious websites.
Users can download the app to their Android device, but they will not receive any data from their device.
It is important to note that the app is not capable of scanning for Bluetooth fingerprint data, so it is only capable of sending the data if the user is in an area that has a high risk of Bluetooth fingerprinting.
The developer of ThermalScan app, David Kostner, is not known for making malicious apps.
It was reported that he received a cease and desist order from Google after he released the app in March 2017.
However, Kostener has since released an update that makes the app compatible with iOS devices.
Thermalshot.com is not a malicious app, and the company does not share any of its information with anyone.
Thermal Scanner has also been criticized for not encrypting the data that it sends to third-parties.
The company is not encrypts any of the data it sends and does not take any action on behalf of the third-party to stop the sending of data.
In a blog post, Kastner said that the company has “taken the decision to discontinue thermal scan functionality in this version.”
ThermalScanner was removed from Google Play after it received a warning from the App Security team.
ThermalScanners app is still available for download, and you can find the latest version at the link below.