Lookout Attributes Advanced Android Surveillanceware to Chinese Espionage Group APT41
Lookout researchers discover advanced Android surveillanceware tied to Chinese espionage group APT41 known to target a wide range of public and private sector organizations.
Lookout Discovers Long-Running Surveillance Campaigns Targeting Uyghurs
Researchers from Lookout have uncovered two new surveillance campaigns, BadBazaar and MOONSHINE, targeting Uyghurs in the People’s Republic of China and abroad.
What You Need To Know About the Banking Trojan Anubis
Lookout researchers have discovered a novel distribution of the Anubis Android banking malware masquerading as telecommunications company, Orange S.A.
Lookout Takes Down Phishing Scams Targeting U.S. Military Families
Lookout researchers looking into phishing campaign that has actively targeted families of United States military personnel.
Rooting Malware Makes a Comeback: Lookout Discovers Global Campaign
Security researchers at Lookout have identified a new rooting malware distributed on Google Play, the Amazon Appstore and the Samsung Galaxy Store.
Adware "BeiTaAd" Found Hidden in Popular Applications
BeiTaAd is a well-obfuscated advertising plug-in hidden within a number of popular applications in Google Play. Discover more about this mobile threat.
Why Should You Care About APTs and Nation-State Attacks?
APTs aren’t just the concerns of national governments. See why private enterprises need to pay attention to these threat actors and their campaigns.
Why We Need More Women in Cybersecurity
As a member of the Lookout threat intelligence team, I’m often asked: “how do I break into the cybersecurity and IT industry?” I discuss this and more with Victoria Mosby.