[SecurityWeek] Use of Common Malware in Operation Targeting Energy Sector Makes Attribution Difficult

Researchers at cybersecurity firm Intezer have been monitoring a campaign that appears to be mainly aimed at the energy sector, but attribution to a known threat group is made difficult by the fact that the operation involves several common malware families.

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