[HackerNews] New Saitama backdoor Targeted Official from Jordan’s Foreign Ministry

A spear-phishing campaign targeting Jordan’s foreign ministry has been observed dropping a new stealthy backdoor dubbed Saitama.
Researchers from Malwarebytes and Fortinet FortiGuard Labs attributed the campaign to an Iranian cyber espionage threat actor tracked under the moniker APT34, citing resemblances to past campaigns staged by the group.
“Like many of these attacks, the email contained a

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