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Mobile Cyberespionage Campaign Distributed Through CallerSpy Mounts Initial Phase of a Targeted Attack

We found a new spyware family disguised as chat apps on a phishing website. We believe that the apps, which exhibit many cyberespionage behaviors, are initially used for a targeted attack campaign. We first came across the threat in May on the site http://gooogle[.]press/, which was advertising a chat app called “Chatrious.” Users can download the malicious
Publish At:2019-12-02 14:35 | Read:320 | Comments:0 | Tags:Bad Sites Mobile android APK cyberespionage spyware

Malicious Pokémon GO App Spreading DroidJack RAT

An infected Android version of the Pokémon GO app is infecting unsuspecting users with the malicious remote access tool DroidJack.First released in the United States on July 6, Pokémon GO is a mobile game available for Android and iPhone. It leverages Niantic’s Real World Gaming Platform to help players find and catch Pokémon as they explore real world locat
Publish At:2016-07-11 16:15 | Read:2243 | Comments:0 | Tags:Latest Security News APK DroidJack malware Pokémon GO Proofp

Malvertisements on “Fappening” forum lead to Android Ransomware

The trade in stolen nude celebrity shots may have died down somewhat since The Fappening was once a-happening, but that doesn’t mean the subject has gone away completely. Indeed, a popular forum devoted to leaked nudes has apparently been compromised: New *sensitive* breach loaded: The Fappening forum had 179k accounts exposed. 30% were already in @ha
Publish At:2016-04-15 06:15 | Read:6572 | Comments:0 | Tags:Cybercrime Hacking APK hack hacked hacking leak malvertising

Amazon Patches Certificate Vulnerabilities in Fire Phones

Amazon last week patched three vulnerabilities in its Fire smartphones, including two in its Certinstaller package that put devices at risk.An attacker could take advantage of the vulnerability in the package, which allows mobile apps to install certificates on Amazon Fire devices without user interaction. Encrypted traffic that does not make use of certific
Publish At:2015-06-30 06:30 | Read:2469 | Comments:0 | Tags:Mobile Security Vulnerabilities Amazon Fire Phone Amazon Fir

Hiding a malicious Android APK in images as evasion method

Two researchers at Fortinet have demonstrated during the last Black Hat Europe conference how to hide a malicious Android APK in images. Mobile devices are continuously under attacks, cyber criminals are improving their technique to attack mobile users and increase the profits.  A new technique recently disclosed, allows attac
Publish At:2014-10-21 23:00 | Read:3586 | Comments:0 | Tags:Mobile Security AES Dalvik PDF Albertini Android APK Blackha

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