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Schoolyard Bully Trojan Facebook Credential Stealer

Zimperium zLabs has discovered a new Android threat campaign, the Schoolyard Bully Trojan, which has been active since 2018 and has spread to over 300,000 victims and is specifically targeting Facebook credentials. To learn more about this new threat, read more on our blog.

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The Case of Cloud9 Chrome Botnet

The Zimperium zLabs team recently discovered a malicious browser extension, originally called Cloud9, which not only steals the information available during the browser session but can also install malware on a user’s device and subsequently assume control of the entire device. In this blog, we will take a deeper look into this malicious browser extension. Read more.

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ABCsoup: The Malicious Adware Extension with 350 Variants

What can ABCsoup do? Recently Zimperium discovered and began monitoring the growth of a wide range of malicious browser extensions with the same extension ID as that of Google Translate, deceiving users into believing that they have installed a legitimate extension. Similar to app spoofing and cloning, these malicious applications […]

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The State of Browser Extension Malware

It is time for us to change how we think about malware. No longer is it limited to one specific operating system or device type. Like with phishing attacks, malware developers have been working on malware that can impact a broader range of systems to increase the number of potential […]

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Pegasus Spyware Found on U.S. State Department iPhones

On December 3rd, Christopher Bing and Joseph Menn at Reuters disclosed that iPhones of numerous U.S. State Department employees were hacked by an unknown assailant using Pegasus spyware developed by the Israel-based NSO Group. While it may be easy to dismiss this as a geopolitical or nation-state incident, it would […]

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