Russia’s Turla hackers target Ukraine’s defense with spyware

According to recent findings from the nation’s computer emergency response team (CERT-UA), the Russian hacking outfit Turla is targeting Ukrainian defense personnel with surveillance software.

Turla, a cyberespionage organization also known as Waterbug and Venomous Bear, has strong ties to the FSB, the Russian intelligence service. The gang has been connected to a number of well-known cyberattacks, including those in 2014 against the Ukrainian Parliament and the German Bundestag.

In a report released on Wednesday, CERT-UA claimed to have seen a gang using the spyware programs Capibar and Kazuar to attack Ukrainian defense personnel read more Russia’s Turla hackers target Ukraine’s defense with spyware.

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