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McAfee Smells a Rat

August 5, 2011 No Comments

“Operation Shady Rat” is what McAfee is calling the years-long series of cyberintrusions and data theft incidents the security vendor claims to have recently uncovered. The company says it came across the information in a command and control server that it accessed five years ago. Apparent victims are all over the world, and they range from county governments to Olympic committees.

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