Experts from threat intelligence firm SenseCy spotted a new piece of Android RAT, dubbed MobiHok RAT, that used code from the old SpyNote RAT.
At the beginning of July 2019, the experts spotted a threat actor dubbed
The experts discovered that
The analysis conducted by the experts suggests that the threat actor obtained SpyNote’s source code and made some minor changes to its code before reselling it online.
“However, from a research we conducted into
“The initial findings of our technical analysis confirmed that
In July 2016, experts from Palo Alto Networks a RAT offered for free called Spynote, much like OmniRat and DroidJack, today the malware can be purchased from a website on the surface web, or downloaded for free from a forum.
“To conclude, despite
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