itwbennett writes: Researchers from Arbor Networks have discovered a new remote access Trojan, dubbed Trochilus, whose detection rate was very low among antivirus products. The malware was discovered while the researchers were investigating attacks in Myanmar that were launched from compromised government websites. While the Myanmar attacks provided initial insights into the group's operations, additional research revealed that the hackers' activities extend beyond that country.
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