My Android developer is an hacker, what to do?

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Nov 28, 2022, 8:26:53 AM via Website

Hi, just discover that my Android app developer is probably an hacker, what cann i do about this?
If i alert google, they will probably delete the app but what happen to the developer/hacker?

How can i force the hacker/developer to clean the code, if he is on the other side of the planet?

On the Google Play Console menu Crashes and ANRs, there is the following crash info

Exception java.lang.IndexOutOfBoundsException:
at java.util.ArrayList.get (ArrayList.java:437)
at com.silenttunes.silentdisco.silent.GraphView$GraphSurfaceView$.run (GraphView.java:709)
at java.lang.Thread.run (Thread.java:923)

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Nov 29, 2022, 2:30:55 AM via Website

Do you think your developer is a hacker just according to this crash info about an IndexOutOfBounds exception?

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Aug 18, 2023, 7:22:21 PM via Website

It's concerning to hear about your situation. First, it's important to gather more evidence to confirm your suspicions. If you believe your developer might be engaging in malicious activities, consider reaching out to a legal professional for advice on how to proceed. To address the code issue, you could try contacting the developer and discussing the crash report you've mentioned. If the developer is unresponsive or unwilling to cooperate, you might need to seek legal assistance to ensure the situation is resolved appropriately. Remember, protecting your users and their data should be a top priority.

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