Kaspersky’s virus analyst Vitaly Kamlyuk and his specialized team have been monitoring a cyber-espionage malware which seems to have been in the wild for five years. The digital submarine ‘Red October’ targets classified information and it's likely that the data theft still hasn't been detected by some of the victims.

Kamlyuk’s team has never before seen an attack done with such surgical precision, and the enemy is destroying the evidence.

Read more here - http://www.spiegel.de/international/spiegel/how-russian-virus-hunters-tracked-down-a-global-espionage-network-a-879467.html

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