This malicious app hides itself, downloads other threats and displays ads. Plus, it has infected 45K devices in the past 6 months.
Researchers first reported the notorious botnet taking a break in June 2019, and that the offensive infrastructure had become active again in August.
Check Point Research has revealed a security flaw in Samsung, Huawei, LG, Sony and other Android-based phones that leaves users vulnerable to advanced phishing attacks.
Thrip has continued to target organisations in the satellite communications sector, with evidence of activity dating to as recently as July 2019.
Google researchers recently announced that it discovered malware in Apple's iOS, the operating system for all iPhones and commonly known as the safest OS on the market.
Two apps with over 1.5 million downloads use new method to stealthily click ads on users' devices. These apps were present on Google's Play Store for almost a year before being discovered.
Disguised as a Google-related application, the malware exploits known Android vulnerabilities and automatically replaces installed apps with malicious versions without users' knowledge or interaction.
WhatsApp and Telegram media files could be exposed and manipulated by malicious actors according to new research by Symantec's Modern OS Security team.
The group has continued to attack governments and international organisations over the past eighteen months in a series of campaigns that have featured a rapidly evolving toolset and, in one notable instance, the apparent hijacking of another espionage group's infrastructure.