Microsoft details Austria-based spyware group Knotweed, which has used Windows and Adobe zero-day exploits to attack organizations in Europe and Central America (Richard Speed/The Register)

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Microsoft details Austria-based spyware group Knotweed, which has used Windows and Adobe zero-day exploits to attack organizations in Europe and Central America  —  Reports seeing ‘offensive actor’ flinging SubZero malware  —  Microsoft has published an analysis of a Europe-based …


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