[HackerNews] ‘Lone Wolf’ Hacker Group Targeting Afghanistan and India with Commodity RATs

A new malware campaign targeting Afghanistan and India is exploiting a now-patched, 20-year-old flaw affecting Microsoft Office to deploy an array of commodity remote access trojans (RATs) that allow the adversary to gain complete control over the compromised endpoints.
Cisco Talos attributed the cyber campaign to a “lone wolf” threat actor operating a Lahore-based fake IT company called Bunse

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