ESET discovers active campaign targeting Android users
Malicious apps used in this campaign are able to exfiltrate contacts, SMS messages, recorded phone calls, and even chat messages.
Kaspersky researchers uncover previously unknown cyber threats
"APT actors are now strenuously used to create attack tools and improve old ones to launch new malicious campaigns."
Zimperium warns enterprises about new android spyware threat
This new mobile trojan is said to be capable of malicious actions including reading, writing and deleting files, recording sound, and setting new application permissions.
New variants of Android spyware linked to advanced persistent threat
"The attackers use social engineering to lure victims into granting the permissions needed to see into every corner of their digital life."
Zoom meetings infiltrated by hackers - Check Point
Check Point Research found hackers could eavesdrop on Zoom meetings by generating and verifying Zoom meeting IDs.
After five years, the InvisiMole spyware isn't so invisible anymore
InvisiMole is able to turn the affected computer into a video camera, which allows the attackers see and hear what’s going on around their victim.
2017 brought a surge of ransom & hijack attacks against APAC
Asia Pacific is a hotspot for ransomware, hijackers, spyware and worms and one security expert believes that the region is becoming a major target.
Global ISPs could be complicit in major spyware surveillance program
ISPs could be helping a notorious spyware agent keep track of surveillance targets.
Welivesecurity reveals the eight things you should know about spyware
Spyware is widely spread across the web, and is ever present on today’s mobile and desktop devices. You should be security-conscious at all times.