Jeremy Richards

Principal Security Researcher




Jeremy Richards is a Staff Security Researcher at Lookout. Jeremy’s hacking career started in 1995 at the age of 14 when he started flipping bits to bypass Leisure Suit Larry 1 age restrictions. Jeremy has taken his years of research experience to mobile and while studying active malware campaigns and searching for evasion techniques in the Lookout corpus he has begun mapping actors to campaigns through habits of operation, infrastructure characteristics, and (sometimes hilarious) opsec fails.

Jeremy Richard's posts


| Researchers
October 24, 2019
Phishing attack targeting United Nations and humanitarian organizations discovered by Lookout Phishing AI

Lookout Phishing AI has detected a mobile-aware phishing campaign targeting non-governmental organizations around the world, including a variety of...

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| Researchers
May 29, 2019
Too close to home: local businesses targeted by phishing attacks

Lookout Phishing AI has detected a phishing campaign impersonating local government websites, including the City of San Mateo, City of Tampa, and...

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| Researchers
May 9, 2019
Mobile phishing protection: how to defend against https phishing attacks

Https phishing attacks may be common and hard to spot, but with Lookout deployed, enterprises have comprehensive mobile phishing protection --...

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| Researchers
April 1, 2019
Phishing AI discovers new mobile-first phishing campaign

Lookout Phishing AI reports a new, sophisticated phishing kit designed for mobile users targeting Verizon customers.

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| Researchers
January 28, 2019
What is Lookout Phishing AI?

Lookout Phishing AI continuously scans the Internet looking for malicious websites. Phishing AI detects the early signals of phishing, protects end...

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| Researchers
March 27, 2017
Mobile Safari scareware campaign thwarted

Apple released an update to iOS (10.3) changing how Mobile Safari handles JavaScript pop-ups after Lookout discovers scammers using the functionality to execute a scareware campaign.

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