Cyber espionage campaign opens backdoor to steal documents from infected PCs

ZDNet 

A cyber espionage campaign is targeting the foreign ministry of a country in the European Union with the aid of a previously undocumented form of malware which provides a secret backdoor onto compromised Windows systems. Uncovered by cybersecurity researchers at ESET, the tools are designed to steal sensitive documents and other files by secretly exfiltrating them via Dropbox accounts controlled by the attackers. Dubbed Crutch by its developers, this malware campaign has been active from 2015 through to 2020 and researchers have linked it to the Turla hacking group, due to similarities with previously uncovered Turla campaigns such as Gazer. The working hours of the group also coincide with UTC 3, the timezone which Moscow sits in. The UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is among those which has attributed Turla – also known as Waterbug and Venomous Bear – to Russia.

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