Cyber Security

Google details malware that turned Android phones into powerful espionage tools

“Discovered late last year, Chrysaor is spyware believed to have been created by NSO Group Technologies, an Israel-based group which specializes in the development and sale of software exploits. It’s thought to be a descendant of the Pegasus spyware previously found on iOS, and made its way onto handsets through apps which weren’t available in the Google Play Store.”

Source: Google details malware that turned Android phones into powerful espionage tools | AndroidAuthority

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