[quote name='bkagan;47959]I'm not sure which TWO you are referencing. the two crApps are unrelated to each other but were downloaded and installed without proper examination.Having GE installed and configured contributed to the security breach but I'm not blaming it' date=' only stating that it was installed as to indicate that was where the information could have been gleamed from.As to my deductive reason, it's more a situation of Occam's razor[/QUOTE'] The two I'm referring to are (1) downloading these apps, and (2) getting your google account hacked. There's people out there constantly attempting phishing, viruses, brute force attacks, etc. I recently had my account hacked and I barely download any apps at all. My guess would be that someone brute-forced my account.As I said, I don't think Android actually allows access to google login data, whether an acct is "legit" or not. When you install an app, there's that whole page of screen of warnings that says "This app has permission to:", to let you know what an app has access to. I don't think Google even has the option for users to consent to use of Google account data, it is simply not allowed by anyone but google.