Russia-linked Turla APT revamps arsenal to avoid detection with fileless malware

Nicholas Fearn
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Turla APT group takes aim with new arsenal of fileless malare. Image via Pixabay
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Turla APT group takes aim with new arsenal of fileless malare. Image via Pixabay

The hacking group has developed new forms of malware to avoid detection from software programs such as VPNs.

A Russia-linked hacking group has "revamped its arsenal" by adding new features to minimise detection by security solutions and researchers. That's according to Kaspersky, which has been investigating...

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