[HackerNews] RedCurl Corporate Espionage Hackers Return With Updated Hacking Tools

A corporate cyber-espionage hacker group has resurfaced after a seven-month hiatus with new intrusions targeting four companies this year, including one of the largest wholesale stores in Russia, while simultaneously making tactical improvements to its toolset in an attempt to thwart analysis.
“In every attack, the threat actor demonstrates extensive red teaming skills and the ability to bypass

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