This new Windows malware scans your phone to steal data


Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a new malware strain for Windows that’s capable of stealing sensitive data from any connected device, including mobile phones, and is apparently being used by groups connected to the North Korean government.

Experts from ESET said to have stumbled upon a previously unknown infostealer called Dolphin. Apparently, Dolphin is being used by a threat actor known as APT 37, or Erebus, a group with known ties to the North Korean government. The group, the researchers are saying, has been active for roughly a decade. 



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