up arrow You won’t guess where Russian spies are hiding their control servers

Brittany Spears

In the natural world, some predators bide their time near a watering hole waiting for thirsty prey to stop by for a drink. In the cyber world, this is aptly known as a watering hole attack. It’s a favorite tactic of Turla, a Russian hacker group.

According to a new report by Eset, an antivirus manufacturer, Turla used Brittany Spears official Instagram page to hide instructions its malware could use to locate the command server. Once it has that address, the malware can upload its stolen details. We Live Security has the sordid details

[We Live Security]: Turla’s Watering Hole Campaign