[HackerNews] Beware of Fake Amnesty International Antivirus for Pegasus that Hacks PCs with Malware

In yet another indicator of how hacking groups are quick to capitalize on world events and improvise their attack campaigns for maximum impact, threat actors have been discovered impersonating Amnesty International to distribute malware that purports to be security software designed to safeguard against NSO Group’s Pegasus surveillanceware. 
“Adversaries have set up a phony website that looks

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