Russian security outfit Kaspersky says it will continue to provide details of advanced persistent threats (APTs or nation-state actors) no matter the country of their origin, but these details will only be available to customers who subscribe to their services.
A well-known attack group that is known as Turla, Snake or Waterbug appears to have hijacked and used the infrastructure of another similar group, known as OilRig, APT34 or Crambus, the American security firm Symantec claims.
Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab is claimed to have uncovered another operation by a US military outfit when it revealed at its annual security analyst summit the details of malware that had been used to gain access to Windows systems through routers.
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