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German Government's Malware Analyzed 162

Posted by timothy
from the unter-dem-mikroskop dept.
First time accepted submitter lennier1 writes "The German hacker group CCC (Chaos Computer Club) has analyzed a piece of malware the German government uses in criminal investigations to spy on a suspect's computer. I'm sure we're all surprised that it's opening security holes for third parties, and violates a related court verdict (and several laws in general)."
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German Government's Malware Analyzed

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It is masked but always present. I don't know who built to it. It came before the first kernel.

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