A researcher at Symantec traced DroidJack's origins back to legitimate Android app developers and previous RATs.
The potential issue began on Monday when an image of a skeleton appeared on employee computers along with a message stating, "Hacked By #GOP."
A phony Starbucks Instagram account is potentially being leveraged by miscreants to steal personal information.
In a message to members, Malwarebytes CEO Marcin Kleczynski said no personal data was stolen when a forum server was hacked.
The group, APT3, is also believed to be behind Operation Clandestine Fox, which used social engineering to lure victims into installing malware.
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