Victims tricked into installing malware by hackers disguised as a journalist
2 August 2020
Israeli firm Clearsky said that they have observed the APT group Charming Kitten is using new tactics to target its victims.
Cyberespionage group known for targeting government, defence technology, military, and diplomacy sectors are posing as journalists targets victims via LinkedIn and WhatsApp and infect their devices with malware.
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