Hackers from North Korea are fugitives via Android apps malicious


Of the ordinary to hear that there are some apps that includes some of the malware makes its way to the Google Play Store. The people behind these apps mostly want to deceive users or just push more ads to make a quick buck. Don’t be their motives as dark as those applications that a group of pirates from North Korea launching. The researchers found in McAfee leading in the field of safe information that there is a group of hackers the North Korean named Sun Team has recently launched three Android apps malicious on the Google Play Store in an attempt to target those who fled from North Korea.

Remained apps infected with malware on the Google Play Store for three months and removed only after informing Google about them in particular. Was that the apps had won 100 process download before removed.

Adds the report to the pirates, they then call the been on Facebook trying to get them to install applications that seem harmless and relevant food security. Once you install apps, they work on raising the data such as text messages, photos, face contact and send it to the hacker using Dropbox and Yandex.

Think company McAfee that a group of Sun Team differs from a group hacking other from North Korea known as the Lazarus. It is believed that this group has the support of the state while it is unclear whether team Sun Team will receive the same level of support.


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