US Says Disabled Russian Spyware Used For Two Decades

The Moscow headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB), Russia’s main intelligence agency, which the US says was behind highly sophisticated malware dubbed ‘Snake’ that was and spread through 50 countries for spying purposes Text size

The US Justice Department said Tuesday that it had disabled a “sophisticated” malware network used by Russia’s FSB intelligence agency for two decades to spy in 50 countries including a NATO ally.

The FSB had successfully inserted the “Snake” or “Uroburos” malware on computer systems around the world, focused on government networks, research facilities, journalists and other targets, according to US officials.Computers in the […]

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