[SecurityWeek] Iran-Linked Hackers Expand Arsenal With New Android Backdoor

The Iran-linked hacking group named Charming Kitten has added a new Android backdoor to its arsenal and successfully compromised individuals associated with the Iranian reformist movement, according to security researchers with IBM’s X-Force threat intelligence team.

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