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    Default nvisible Russian cyberweapon stalked US and Ukraine since 2005, new research reveals

    The mysterious ‘Uroburos’ cyberweapon named last week in Germany has been stalking its victims since as far back as 2005 and large enterprises and governments need to pay urgent attention to the threat it poses, UK security firm BAE Systems has urged. German firm G Data’s recent analysis dubbed it ‘Uroburos’ while it is also known to some security firms as 'Turla'. BAE Systems’ Applied Intelligence division, which today published its own research, prefers the catchier ‘Snake’ but under any name the picture is alarming.


    Invisible Russian cyberweapon stalked US and Ukraine since 2005, new research reveals - Techworld.com

    http://blog.gdatasoftware.com/blog/a...itigation.html

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    Default Re: nvisible Russian cyberweapon stalked US and Ukraine since 2005, new research reve

    why am i not surprised?
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: nvisible Russian cyberweapon stalked US and Ukraine since 2005, new research reve

    Hows that saying go

    Ah yes what goes around comes around this is nothing new we the good ole USA and other countries have been doing this for years as well.

    Where all spying on one another nothing has changed its just gotten easier lol!

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