The HummingBad malware first discovered in February 2016 is making a return visit to the charts. The original was cleaned up, but not before the malware’s authors Yingmob racked up around US$300,000 per month at its peak. Check Point Software Technologies says it’s spotted the return version, which it’s dubbed HummingWhale, adding the authors have added better ad fraud capabilities to the code.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register