Hong Kong police and Interpol uncover servers and apps used by global phishing syndicate

Clifford Lo reports:

Hong Kong police have cracked the local operation of an international phishing syndicate that used 563 bogus mobile applications to spy on phones globally and steal information.

Officers also tracked down 258 servers around the world that were linked with the apps, according to Senior Superintendent Raymond Lam Cheuk-ho of the force’s cyber security and technology crime bureau.

Read more at South China Morning Post.

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