APTs have changed the world of enterprise security and how networks and organizations are attacked.
Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered a new piece of the puzzle called Turla (aka Snake, aka Uroburos): the malware used by attackers does not come only in the Windows flavour, but in the Linux one as well.
Which nation state is behind the sophisticated Regin espionage malware? According to The Intercept, it's likely wielded by the UK spy agency GCHQ and/or the US NSA.
Symantec researchers are warning about a new, complex cyber espionage tool that has been around for years and that has likely been created and is wielded by a nation state.
The malicious Tor exit node located in Russia that added malicious code to the software downloaded by users has been tied to the APT actors wielding the MiniDuke backdoor.
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