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+ - New 'Sanny' Cyberespionage Attack Targets Russia ->

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CowboyRobot writes "A new targeted attack campaign with apparent Korean ties has been stealing email and Facebook credentials and other user-profile information from Russian telecommunications, IT, and space research organizations. The attackers are grabbing email user accounts and passwords from Outlook, as well as information about the victims' email server. "Once you have that information, you have access to employees' emails even from outside, and that means a lot of official information,""
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