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Alleged creator of Fruitfly indicted for 13 years of spying | Advanced Mobile Spy Software
Way back at the start of last year, we took a look at something called Fruitfly, a Mac backdoor using old code that had been around for a long time and could (deep breath) upload files to computers, record images and video, snoop around in victims' information, take screenshots, and also log keystrokes. The malware, made up of just two files, was a mixture of "wow, that's clever," ancient system calls, and basic persistence techniques. Possessing the ability to download additional files from a Command and Control server, alongside a seemingly overt interest in being able to capture images, we also discovered Windows versions of the files communicating with the same C&C. At the time, a lot of questions were raised about what it was being used for, alongside the possibility that professional hacking groups were behind its creation. With that in mind, news has broken that a 28-year-old man, Phillip R. Durachinsky of North Royalton, Ohio, has been charged with using this piece of malware