• Cyber-mercenary group is targeting Android users with fake VPN apps

    2 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Security researchers at ESET discovered that the infamous cyber-mercenary group, Bahamut APT, has been using fake VPN apps as a carrier for dangerous malware targeting Android phones. The researchers found at least eight versions of Bahamut spyware on trojanized versions of popular Android apps, SoftVPN and OpenVPN. These apps were never available to download from the Google Play Store, though.
    Once installed, the spyware can access sensitive data such as contacts, SMS messages, call logs, device location, and recorded phone calls. The spyware can also spy on information about calls and...
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