Kristin Del Rosso

Security Research Engineer




Kristin Del Rosso is a security researcher with a primary focus on reverse engineering Android applications. She works with her team to uncover new mobile threats, track actors and targets, and provide accurate research and reporting on these issues. She has spoken at BlackHat EU and NSEC on state-sponsored malware campaigns, and volunteers with Day of Shecurity, an organization aimed at tackling the gender diversity issue in cybersecurity.


| Researchers
July 1, 2020
Multiyear Surveillance Campaigns Discovered Targeting Uyghurs

The Lookout Threat Intelligence team has discovered four Android surveillanceware tools used as part of a much larger mAPT (mobile advanced...

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| Researchers
April 15, 2020
Nation-state Mobile Malware Targets Syrians with COVID-19 Lures

Lookout researchers have uncovered a long-running surveillance campaign tied to Syrian nation-state actors, which recently started using the novel...

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| Researchers
March 18, 2020
New Threat Discovery Shows Commercial Surveillanceware Operators Latest to Exploit COVID-19

As COVID-19 spreads and individuals seek accurate information about the virus and its impacts, governments and businesses are extensively using...

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| Researchers
February 14, 2020
Lookout Phishing AI provides an inside look into a phishing campaign targeting mobile banking users

Lookout Phishing AI recently discovered a phishing campaign targeting customers via SMS messaging to lure them to fake websites of well-known...

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