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But new details of the hack emerge, as regulators consider vendor regulations.
Since its source code was leaked in July, Tinba has gotten a host of new—and dangerous—features.
Espionage malware has persisted in embassies and state offices for at least four years.
Malware authors are looking for more bang for the buck.
The Android version of the malware has been sent "uninstall" messages.
The thieves can do plenty of damage with that many emails.