Latest version of Turla's ComRAT backdoor uses Gmail web UI to receive orders from hackers

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It is built on an entirely different codebase and was compiled in November 2019

Researchers at cyber security firm ESET have discovered a new version of Turla's tried-and-tested ComRAT backdoor, which uses which Gmail web interface to quietly steal sensitive information from v...

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