Cyber espionage campaign against Ukraine used PC microphones to eavesdrop on sensitive discussions

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Cyber espionage campaign against Ukraine used PC microphones to eavesdrop on sensitive discussions
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Cyber espionage campaign against Ukraine used PC microphones to eavesdrop on sensitive discussions

Seventy government, infrastructure and scientific research establishments all compromised

A cyber espionage campaign against government, infrastructure and scientific research targets in Ukraine activated PC microphones in order to surreptitiously eavesdrop on sensitive conversations. ...

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