For five months, Check Point mobile threat researchers had unprecedented access to the inner-workings of Yingmob, the Chinese cyber criminals behind HummingBad, a malware that establishes a persistent rootkit on Android devices, generates fraudulent ad revenue, and installs additional malicious apps. Hidden within a legitimate advertising analytics company, Yingmob is highly organized. It controls 85 million devices globally and generates $300,000 per month in fraudulent ad revenue, proving groups like Yingmob can become financially self-sufficient. Check Point Mobile Threat Prevention can detect and stop repackaged malicious apps, keeping your device and the sensitive data on it protected from cybercrime. Watch this video to learn more or visit our blog to read all about HummingBad.