Iranian hackers target energy sector with new DNS backdoor _bleepingcomputer.com
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The Iranian Lycaeum APT hacking group uses a new .NET-based DNS backdoor to conduct attacks on companies in the energy and telecommunication sectors.

Lyceum is a state-supported APT, also known as Hexane or Spilrin, that has previously targeted communication service providers in the Middle East using DNS-tunneling backdoors.

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