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Researchers Unveil ToddyCat’s New Set of Tools for Data Exfiltration

The APT actor, ToddyCat, has been linked to a new set of malicious tools intended for data exfiltration. Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky previously connected ToddyCat to attacks against entities in Europe and Asia. The group’s arsenal includes a variety of malware and compromised admin credentials. Check Point has also revealed that the actor has targeted Asian government and telecom entities since 2021, using disposable malware to evade detection.

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