How the hacker group Yingmob made their mark on android devices

From HummingBad to Worse: The History of the Yingmob


A shadowy group of Chinese cybercriminals have recently been thrust into the spotlight. With an arsenal of over 85 million mobile devices at their command, and generating $300,000 per month in fraudulent ad revenue, they’re the new face of cybercrime.

They’re known as Yingmob.

Inside, learn more about how the Yingmob operates, and what makes them so dangerous as well as:

  • 3 main dev projects of the Yingmob including HummingBad malware
  • How HummingBad attacks, and what it can do once inside
  • What happened when Hummingbad went global and hit countries including China, India, and the Philippines
  • And more
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.
18 Oct 2017
30 Dec 2016
26 Page(s)
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