Global security firm Kaspersky has found the FinFisher spyware has added a new target to its arsenal and uses a UEFI bootkit to infect victims.
New versions of the surveillance tool FinSpy have been found, the Russian security outfit Kaspersky says, adding that attackers can use the software to spy on the activities of mobile devices and exfiltrate GPS location data, messages, photographs and call details.
A variant of the FinFisher spyware is being spread in seven countries through legitimate applications like WhatsApp, Skype, Avast, WinRAR and VLC Player, the security company ESET says.
Microsoft has issued a patch to fix a flaw in its Office suite that was being used to spread spyware known as FINSPY.
NSW police are spying on phones and computers using 'weaponised malware' surveillance software, according to fresh documents published by WikiLeaks.
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