New 'highly targeted' mobile malware, dubbed 'Monokle', linked to Russian hackers

Nicholas Fearn
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Researchers believe the malware was created by STC, a Russian company accused of interfering in the 2016 US presidential election

Security researchers have discovered a new "highly targeted" form of mobile malware with links to Russian cyber criminals. Dubbed 'Monokle', the malware was discovered by cyber security firm Loo...

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