[SecurityWeek] South Korean Users Targeted with Android Spyware ‘PhoneSpy’

More than 1,000 mobile phone users in South Korea have been targeted with a powerful piece of Android spyware as part of an ongoing campaign, according to a new report from Zimperium zLabs.

Dubbed PhoneSpy, the malware was designed with extensive spyware capabilities inside, such including data theft, audio and video capture, and location monitoring.

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