[SecurityWeek] Cyberespionage Implant Delivered via Targeted Government DNS Hijacking

Threat hunters at Kaspersky have intercepted a new cyberespionage implant being delivered via targeted DNS hijacking of government zones in Eastern Europe and published a new report Wednesday with clues linking the malware to the SolarWinds attackers.

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