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Turla Espionage Trojan Uses Reconnaisance Backdoor, Is Selective About Victims

08
Aug
2014

Security researchers have analyzed the way Turla, the cyber-espionage Trojan also known as Snake or Uroburos,operatesand determined that it is preceded by another malware that profiles the victim, so that threat actors can deploy the spying operation only on individuals of interest. The analysis of the way Turla works has been conducted by Kaspersky, Symantec and CrySyS Lab in Budapest and has revealed that the operators behind the campaign are highly sophisticated in their method…

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