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Detailed Analysis of the SK Communications Hack 21

Posted by Soulskill
from the pulling-a-sony dept.
An anonymous reader writes "An Australian IT security company, Command Five Pty Ltd, has just released a detailed analysis (PDF) of the recent SK Communications hack in which the personal details of up to 35 million users were stolen. This new analysis gives details of the attackers' malicious infrastructure and contains as-yet unreported technical details of the malware used in the attack (including the fact that it has the capability to sniff raw network packets on infected machines). The report also identifies links with other malware and malicious infrastructure, demonstrating that the attack is likely to be part of a broader concerted effort by well organized attackers."
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Detailed Analysis of the SK Communications Hack

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fortune: cpu time/usefulness ratio too high -- core dumped.