Hungary's CrySyS identifies multi-nation cyberespionage ring

03/22/2013 | Ars Technica ·

Security experts say they've identified a sophisticated cyberspying ring that has been using malware to infiltrate targets in Eastern Europe and the Near East for at least a decade. The group, which researchers have called TeamSpy, used proprietary malware, booby-trapped websites and a remote-access program known as TeamViewer, and it is linked to other cyberattacks, including an online-banking fraud scheme known as Sheldon.

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