Kaspersky has uncovered an highly targeted attack striking a single country using a trojan written in C++ that has not been spotted before.

Dubbed Milum, the trojan shows no code similarities with known campaigns reported Kaspersky’s Threat Attribution Engine and only three instances of it have bee found and are considered all part of the same operation which received the code name operation WildPressure.

When successfully installed the trojan can enable a remote attacker to gain control of the device.

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