ESET warning over ISP-level compromises in new Russian Turla campaign

Nicholas Fearn
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Attackers appear to download legitimate Adobe Flash Player from Adobe and Akamai IP addresses

Russian state cyber spies have perfected a technique of tricking targets into downloading what appears to be completely legitimate copies of insecure Adobe software from the Adobe websites at the s...

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