Russian cyber spies targeting NATO countries in new hacking campaign

Cyber spies suspected of working for Russia’s foreign intelligence service (SVR) are targeting NATO countries in a recent hacking campaign, according to a new industry report.

The hackers are using online storage services such as Google Drive and Dropbox to avoid being detected, said cyber security company Palo Alto.

The hacking attempts have included phishing emails containing an agenda for an upcoming meeting with an ambassador as a lure, and were sent to several Western and NATO diplomatic missions between May and June of this year.

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Source: Sky News

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