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Developments in cyber espionage tool looks to exfil from air-gapped networks

The cyber espionage framework looks to collect and exfiltrate information, even from air-gapped networks according to research by cybersecurity firm ESET.  The framework, which has been in development since 2019, has been dubbed Ramsay and exploits several vulnerabilities and includes capabilities that appear to still be in development and could be linked to the threat actor Dark Hotel, which is believed to have a Korean language nexus.

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