360, a security company in China, has revealed that there are anti-government groups in the Middle East seeking peaceful unrest, which, of course, did not directly mention Iran, but evidence suggests that they belong to certain groups in the country. Kitten is one of the most widely used nicknames of some monitoring collections in Iran.
This team, called Domestic Kitten, is taking steps to identify the institutions under the auspices of the Revolutionary Guards, the police, and the provincial radio and television, and in this regard, they are using two Android programs called Keshvar Kabir and Mohsen Restaurant.
Of course, the core of the malware used is a borrowed commercial product called kidlogger, which is a comprehensive C&C. The Chinese company has announced that it has reverse-engineered the source of the information sent, and as you can see, many of the identifications have been made.
Mohsen Restaurant is a contract party of many institutions, and therefore it has been a suitable case for distributing spyware to certain people and following it, more specific information.