[HackerNews] New Tomiris Backdoor Found Linked to Hackers Behind SolarWinds Cyberattack

Cybersecurity researchers on Wednesday disclosed a previously undocumented backdoor likely designed and developed by the Nobelium advanced persistent threat (APT) behind last year’s¬†SolarWinds supply chain attack, joining the threat actor’s ever-expanding arsenal of hacking tools.
Moscow-headquartered firm Kaspersky codenamed the malware “Tomiris,”¬†calling out its similarities to another

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