New Threat Group Conducts Malwareless Cyber Espionage

Cybercriminals seeking to avoid detection by antimalware defenses have increasingly begun using legitimate hacking tools and tactics — in addition to their own malware — to break into enterprise networks and literally hide in plain sight. Now a new and likely state-sponsored threat group has emerged that isn’t using any custom malware at all.

Instead, the group is exclusively relying on publicly available hacking tools and living-off-the-land tactics to conduct an especially stealthy and hard-to-detect cyber espionage campaign.

Read more about the “Gallmaker” group that is targeting government and military organizations in Europe and the Middle East on DarkReading.





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