Researchers shine spotlight on prolific cyberespionage ring

06/5/2013 | Ars Technica

Security researchers have uncovered a massive years-long cyberespionage campaign that uses malware to target high-profile industries -- including the aerospace, medical and nuclear sectors -- and has been active in at least 40 countries. According to Kaspersky Lab, "NetTraveler" is an evolving bug first discovered in 2005 that is being used by a group of roughly 50 mostly Chinese-speaking hackers to pilfer sensitive data and record keystrokes, among other things.

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