Multiyear Surveillance Campaigns Discovered Targeting Uyghurs
The Lookout Threat Intelligence team has discovered four Android surveillanceware tools used as part of a much larger mAPT (mobile advanced persistent threat).
Lookout Researchers Disable Android Malware
Lookout researchers have disabled DressCode, an Android malware family, with their click fraud business model and malware designed to evade detection in novel ways.
Igexin Advertising Network Put User Privacy at Risk
The Lookout Security Intelligence team has discovered an advertising software development kit (SDK) called Igexin that had the capability of spying on victims.
The House Always Wins: Takedown of a Banking Trojan in Google Play
Lookout recently identified an app called “Black Jack Free” in the Google Play store, which turned out to be a variant of the malware family Acecard.
What Is Lockdown Mode for iOS and iPadOS and Why Should I Care?
We welcome the introduction of Lockdown Mode by Apple as an additional feature. However, we need to keep in mind that the mobile attack surface is quite complex.
Predictions 2021: We Now Live in a Truly Mobile-first World
Here are five predictions about how we anticipate individuals and organizations will be forced to confront the threats targeting their information, privacy and devices.