Iranian Spies Accidentally Leaked Videos of Themselves Hacking

Andy Greenberg reports:

WHEN SECURITY RESEARCHERS piece together the blow-by-blow of a state-sponsored hacking operation, they’re usually following a thin trail of malicious code samples, network logs, and connections to faraway servers. That detective work gets significantly easier when hackers record what they’re doing and upload the video to an unprotected server on the open internet. Which is precisely what a group of Iranian hackers may have unwittingly done.

Read more on Wired.

About the author: Dissent

Comments are closed.