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Gallium hacking group deploys difficult-to-detect remote access malware

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Palo Alto Networks Inc.’s Unit 42 has identified new, difficult-to-detect remote access malware used by the Gallium advanced persistent threat group. The Gallium APT group is believed to be a Chinese state-sponsored group and has a reputation for targeting telecommunications companies in Southeast Asia, Europe and Africa. In the last year, Gallium has expanded its targeting […]

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