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Cybercriminals from Molerats are using public cloud services to hide new snooping attacks

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Molerats, a threat actor, has been linked to an ongoing snooping operation that exploits genuine cloud services like Google Drive and Dropbox to host malware payloads as well as for command-and-control and data exfiltration from targets around the Middle East. According to cloud-based information security provider Zscaler, the cyberattack…

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