Diep Saeeda is a Human Rights defender from Pakistan. After the enforced disappearance of her activist friend Raza Khan she has been actively campaigning for his release. As a result Diep became the target of numerous cyber attacks aimed at compromising her computer, mobile phone and email and social media accounts.
The malware that was used against Diep is commonly known as "Crimson" and is provided with several modules that allow the attackers to steal files, record everything that is being typed through the keyboard, steal the content of plugged USB sticks and more.
In an attempt to infect her mobile phone, Diep as also sent a spyware for Android known as StealthAgent. If successfully installed StealthAgent, which is developed by a Pakistani company, is capable of silently intercepting phone calls and messages, intercept conversations over chats like WhatsApp, steal pictures and more.