US security company exposes Indian hackers for spying on Pakistanis

01:00 PM | 16 Feb, 2021
US security company exposes Indian hackers for spying on Pakistanis
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WASHINGTON – A San Francisco-based cybersecurity company Lookout exposed that two Android malware, Sunbird and Hornbill, were involved in spying on Pakistani citizens and Indian Muslims.

The latest revelations disclose that BJP-backed hackers target Pakistani citizens and Islamic apps.

Sunbird and Hornbill are controlled by a state-sponsored group known as Confucius APT, which has been developing espionage software since 2013. These malware steal personal information, locations, and documents.

It further revealed that Indian hackers also steal data of Pakistanis living abroad. They monitor mobile applications linked to Muslims through malware.

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