Owners of Gigaset Android smartphones have been hit by malware that is automatically installed through what appears to be a supply chain attack, a blog post by German tech writer Günter Born claims.
Security vendor Malwarebytes was also hit by the same actor that was implicated in the attacks using SolarWinds Orion network management software, but says the attack vector was not the software.
Security firm RiskIQ says a wave of compromises of e-commerce websites earlier this year were carried out through use of a variant of the Ant and Cockroach skimmer which was connected to a group of attackers known as Magecart group 12.
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