Newly discovered ‘TajMahal’ hacking framework includes 80 malicious modules

Duncan Riley reports:

Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab have uncovered a new and sophisticated advanced persistent threat framework that was likely developed by a nation-state.

Dubbed “TajMahal,” the APT framework contains 80 malicious modules that can be used to attack and steal data from an intended victim.

Described by Kaspersky researchers today as one of the most complex and largest APT frameworks discovered to date, the modules read like a list of every form of hacking tool available.

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