The attackers who compromised CCleaner, a popular application that allows Windows users to perform routine maintenance on their systems, did so by using TeamViewer on a developer workstation.
Czech security company Avast says it has found evidence of ShadowPad, a specialised tool used by a specific group of cyber criminals, installed on four computers at Piriform, a company it acquired last year.
An Israeli security firm has revived the theory that the attackers who compromised the CCleaner Windows utility last month were a Chinese state-sponsored group.
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