Check Point Research (CPR) experts have spotted a cheap malware, dubbed XLoader variant, which was upgraded to target both Windows and macOS PCs. XLoader is a very cheap malware strain that is based on the popular Formbook Windows malware. FormBook is a data-stealing malware that is used in cyber espionage campaigns, like other spyware it is […]
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Citizen Lab has identified yet another Israeli company that sells spyware to governments around the world: Candiru.
From the report:
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- Candiru is a secretive Israel-based company that sells spyware exclusively to governments. Reportedly, their spyware can infect and monitor iPhones, Androids, Macs, PCs, and cloud accounts.
- Using Internet scanning we identified more than 750 websites linked to Candiru’s spyware infrastructure. We found many domains masquerading as advocacy organizations such as Amnesty International, the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as media companies, and other civil-society themed entities.
No less than 180 journalists around the world have been targeted by clients of the cyber-surveillance company NSO Group. What Happened? On Sunday, an investigation into a massive data leak revealed that activists, politicians, and journalists from all …
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A new report by Microsoft and Citizen Lab has tracked DevilsTongue spyware, a threat that targets zero-day vulnerabilities in Windows systems. Threat actors seem to belong to an Israeli-based spyware company by its name Candiru or Sourgum. What Is a Sp…
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Experts said that Israeli surveillance firm Candiru, tracked as Sourgum, exploited zero-days to deliver a new Windows spyware. Microsoft and Citizen Lab believe that the secretive Israel-based Israeli surveillance firm Candiru, tracked as Sourgum, used Windows zero-day exploits to deliver a new Windows spyware dubbed DevilsTongue. According to the experts, at least 100 activists, journalists […]
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Wired is reporting on a company called Mollitiam Industries:
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Marketing materials left exposed online by a third-party claim Mollitiam’s interception products, dubbed “Invisible Man” and “Night Crawler,” are capable of remotely accessing a target’s files, location, and covertly turning on a device’s camera and microphone. Its spyware is also said to be equipped with a keylogger, which means every keystroke made on an infected device — including passwords, search queries and messages sent via encrypted messaging apps — can be tracked and monitored…
Vietnam-linked APT32 group targeted Vietnamese human rights defenders (HRDs) between February 2018 and November 2020. Vietnam-linked APT32 (aka Ocean Lotus) group has conducted a cyberespionage campaign targeting Vietnamese human rights defenders (HRDs) and a nonprofit (NPO) human rights organization from Vietnam between February 2018 and November 2020. The threat actors used by spyware to take […]
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We recently came across 2 malicious Joker family malware applications on Google Play Store — the company was…
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