Sednit, a.k.a Fancy Bear/APT28/Sofacy, is a group of attackers
operating since at least 2004 and whose main objective is to steal
confidential information from specific targets. Over the past two years,
this group's activity increased significantly, in particular with numerous attacks against foreign affairs ministries and embassies all over the world. They are supposedly behind the DNC hack, and the WADA hack, which happened earlier this year. This talk presents the results of a two-year hunt after Sednit, during which we dug up and analyzed many of their software.
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