Aug 202011
 
 August 20, 2011  Breaches, Surveillance

Lion Gu writes:

We’ve been reporting about several NICKISPY variants — Android malware that can monitor a phone’s activities, like SMS, phone calls, and location — here on the Malware Blog, and we’ve been curious of how use such kind of private information, and how they earn money from it.

Now, we have a clear example. We’ve found a Chinese website which offers a mobile phone monitoring service. Once a customer decides to employ the service, he or she will get an account to log into a backend server of the service, where information gathered from a target device can be viewed.

Read more on TrendMicro’s Malware Blog.

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