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Phishing techniques infect political targets with Trojan malware

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October 26, 2016
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Moonlight group is likely to be involved in cyberespionage, warns Vectra Networks. “They put effort into crafting the emails, the websites, the documents they've created, putting a fair amount of energy into it. But beyond that the underlying tech is off the shelf," says Vectra CTO Oliver Tavakoli, emphasizing how attackers don't need sophisticated hacking skills.

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