Mysterious Hackers Hid Their Swiss Army Spyware for 5 Years

Mysterious Hackers Hid Their Swiss Army Spyware for 5 Years

April 10th, 2019|Tags: , , , , |

On Wednesday April 10, 2019, Wired at WIRED wrote:
The TajMahal spyware includes more than 80 distinct spy tools, and went undetected for five years.

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