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Android devices targeted by new SandStrike spyware

Android devices targeted by new SandStrike spyware

Android devices targeted by new SandStrike spyware

Android devices are hacked with the new SandStrike Spying programs distributed through a malicious VPN app, Computer reports. A report by Kaspersky revealed that social media accounts are being exploited by threat actors to target Persian-speaking practitioners of the Bahá’í Faith. “To lure victims to download the implanted spyware, SandStrike opponents have created Facebook and Instagram accounts with more than 1,000 followers and crafted attractive religious-themed material, effectively forming a trap for adherents of this belief. Most of these social media accounts contain a link to a Telegram channel he created The attacker too. The report added that apart from extracting call logs and contact lists, SandStrike can also monitor the activity of an Android device. While SandStrike has yet to be installed on a specific threat actor, another report from Kaspersky showed that Exchange servers in the Middle East are vulnerable to ProxyLogon vulnerabilities being targeted through the new FramedGolf backdoor. Kaspersky added, “The malware has been used to infiltrate at least a dozen organizations, starting in April 2021 at the latest, most of which are still vulnerable as of late June 2022.”



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