Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Kaspersky Finds New Nation-State Attack—In Its Own Network | WIRED

Deeply nested

"Kaspersky says the attackers became entrenched in its networks some time last year. For what purpose? To siphon intelligence about nation-state attacks the company is investigating—a case of the watchers watching the watchers who are watching them. They also wanted to learn how Kaspersky’s detection software works so they could devise ways to avoid getting caught. Too late, however: Kaspersky found them recently while testing a new product designed to uncover exactly the kind of attack the intruders had launched."
Kaspersky Finds New Nation-State Attack—In Its Own Network | WIRED
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