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How APT 41 Is Using Mobile Devices to Target Your Organization

Exclusive Partner Security Briefing

Lookout recently discovered two new advanced Android surveillanceware instances, “WyrmSpy” and “DragonEgg,” attributed to the high-profile Chinese threat group APT41.

APT41, also known as Double Dragon, BARIUM and Winnti, is a state-sponsored espionage group known for exploiting web-facing applications and infiltrating traditional endpoint devices and has been active since 2012. The group has been indicted on multiple charges by the U.S. government for its attacks on more than 100 private and public enterprises and individuals in the U.S. and around the world.

This group is now targeting mobile devices to get access to your contacts, sms messages, photos, audio recordings, and more.

Watch this exclusive partner security briefing for a breakdown of these threats and to see why they are now targeting mobile devices.

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