Experts: Google’s ‘Aurora’ hackers still at it years later

This illustration shows how a Web injection process works in so-called “watering hole” attacks.
(Credit: Symantec)
The hackers behind the cyberespionage attacks on Google and more than 30 other companies three years ago are still going strong and seem to have a steady stream of weapons in their arsenal in the form of rare unpatched vulnerabilities known as zero-days, Symantec researchers said today.
The group has used exploits for four zero-day vulnerabilities in attacks over the past few months against targets across a variety of industries, including energy, aeronautics, and financial,…

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