Iranian state hackers reload their domains, release off-the-shelf RAT malware

Enlarge / Iran’s hacking groups are scaling up, hitting Saudi companies and other organizations, according to a Recorded Future report. (credit: Getty Images ) A new report from the threat research firm Recorded Future finds that activity from APT33—the Iranian “threat group” previously tied to the Shamoon wiper attack and other Iranian cyber-espionage and destructive malware attacks—has risen dramatically , with the organization creating over 1,200 domains for use in controlling and spreading malware.

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