As part of Google's App Review policy, you might receive an email indicating that your Android application was removed from the Google Play Store due to Security Vulnerabilities and violation of Google's Malicious Behavior Policy. The message will be similar to this:
After review, package name com.app_****.layout, has been removed from Google Play because it uses software that contains security vulnerabilities and violates our Malicious Behavior policy. Your app will not be available to users until you submit a compliant update.
This can usually be fixed by republishing the application.
- You have a published Android app.
This issue is most of the time related to an insecure connection with a third-party, like an embedded website.
- Usually, this issue can be fixed if you republish your Android App.
- If the issue is not resolved, try the steps outlined in the Solution Section of the 'WebView SSL Error Handler Alert By Google'.
You will be able to publish and access your app successfully on the Google Play Store without receiving this error message.