Security firm Lookout has found what it describes as a "well-obfuscated advertising plugin" that renders a device nearly unusable nestling within a number of Android applications on the Google Play store.
Researchers from the security firm Lookout have found a version of the Exodus spyware that runs on iOS, with indications that it is made available through phishing sites that imitate mobile carriers from Italy and Turkmenistan.
Researchers from the security firm Lookout say they have discovered malware families propagated by Pakistani sources that can infect both Android and iOS devices and are being used to steal information from government officials, diplomats, military personnel and activists.
did this ever get sorted?
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