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FIN7 Hackers group is back with a new loader and a new RAT

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FireEye Mandiant discovered that the FIN7 hacking group added new tools to its cyber arsenal, including a module to target remote administration software of ATM vendor. Security experts at FireEye Mandiant discovered that the FIN7 hacking group has added new tools to its arsenal, including a new loader and a module that hooks into the legitimate […]

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