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Cyber-mercenary group Bahamut strikes again via fake Android VPN apps


An infamous cyber-mercenary group is injecting Android devices with a spyware to steal users’ conversations, new ESET research (opens in new tab) has found. 

These malware attacks are launched via fake Android VPN apps, with evidence suggesting the hackers employed malicious versions of SecureVPN, SoftVPN and OpenVPN software. 



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