One criteria for the success of malware is its scope of distribution. Gooligan, a mobile malware, found in the app SnapPea that is described as a "one-stop shopping experience", has succeeded in this aspect. Check Point reported that this malware has breached more than 1 Million Google accounts. This malware has been distributed through apps that are available in third party Android stores. In order to increase the number of downloads for these apps, and in turn the malware, there have also been phishing campaigns which contained download links, sent through various messaging services.