A New APT named APT-C-61 Targets South Asia

Threat Level – Red | Vulnerability Report
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APT-C-61, also known as Tengyun Snake, is an advanced persistent threat (APT) group that has been active since at least January 2020 in South Asia. This group mainly targets important areas such as national institutions, military industry, scientific research, and national defense in countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh. The APT group uses spear-phishing emails and social engineering techniques to infiltrate and spread malicious programs to the target devices. They also use cloud services for their C2 infrastructure, load delivery, and stolen data storage, and their Trojan is written in Python language.

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