Tuesday, 4 June 2013


A newly revealed global malware campaign hit 350 high-profile targets in 40 different countries. The cyberespionage campaign, codenamed Operation NetTraveler, has been active since at least 2004, stealing more than 22 gigabytes of data from computers around the world

The malware attacks were uncovered on Tuesday by Russian online security company Kaspersky Lab. The hackers behind the the campaign used is a data-exfiltration tool called NetTraveler — not a very sophisticated malware designed to steal sensitive data and information

The name originates from a string contained in the malware code: "NetTraveler is Running!" Read more...

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