Russian hackers have been mooching off existing OilRig infrastructure
Russian-linked hackers known as the Turla group have been piggybacking on Iranian hackers’ tools and infrastructure for years now to run their own attacks.
Cozy Bear kept moving after 2016 election, ESET says
The group, also known as APT29 and the Dukes, was "able to fly under the radar for many years while compromising high-value targets, as before," according to ESET.
Russia’s Turla group goes trolling with code labeled “TrumpTower”
Kaspersky found that the group also referred to 'Rocket Man,' apparently a reference to Kim Jong Un.
What happens when one APT hijacks another’s infrastructure
Servers, domains and other infrastructure are a contested resource like any other on the internet.
Kaspersky exposes apparent Russian cyber-espionage operation amid U.S. criticism
Kaspersky Lab released research on a group hackers with ties to Russia. The findings come as FBI agents continue to dissuade private U.S. companies from purchasing and relying on Kaspersky.
Researchers uncover maze of hidden backdoors in European embassy and ministry systems
ESET's findings reveal the inner, technical workings of a complex cyber-espionage operation that is ongoing and spans more than a year.