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Duke APT group adds low-profile SeaDuke Trojan to their malware arsenal

15
Jul
2015
Duke APT group adds low-profile SeaDuke Trojan to their malware arsenal

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Not much is known about the cyber espionage group that wields the so-called “Dukes”: backdoors and information stealers that all have “Duke” in their name, and have been used to compromise high-value, government-level targets.

Various researchers and companies have been tracking the group’s campaigns for several years, as they attacked multiple government entities and institutions in Europe; a research institute, two think tanks, and healthcare provider in the US; a research foundation in Hungary; and the US State Department and the White House.

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