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Waterhole Attack

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The group behind the now infamous Hydraq (Aurora) targeted attacks continues to be very active. They’ve been using a method of infecting victims called a watering hole attack. This strategy involves …

The group behind the now infamous Hydraq (Aurora) targeted attacks continues to be very active. They’ve been using a method of infecting victims called a watering hole attack. This strategy involves compromising specific websites likely to be visited by employees at a targeted organization. Check out our infographic to learn more about this new breed of attack.

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