PLATINUM is back – hacking group uses steganography to fly under security radar
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June 5, PLATINUM is back — hacking group uses steganography to fly under security radar Kaspersky researchers have uncovered a highly sophisticated cyberespionage campaign aimed at stealing information from South Asian diplomatic, government and military entities. The campaign lasted almost six years and had ties to other recent attacks detected in the region. Further investigation into the tools and methods used in the campaign led researchers to the conclusion that the attacker behind it is the PLATINUM group — a cyberespionage actor that they thought had gone. For the activity to remain unseen for such a long time, the group encoded its information using a technique called steganography, which conceals the fact that there is any information there at all.
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Managing keys for licensed applications groups To create a key for a licensed applications group: In the Application management folder in the console tree, select the Third-party licenses usage subfolder.
In the workspace of the Third-party licenses usage folder, click the Manage keys of licensed applications button. The Key Management in licensed applications window opens.
In the Key Management in licensed applications window click the Add button. The Key window opens. In the Key window, specify the properties of the key and restrictions that the key imposes on the licensed applications group. The name of the key. Notes on the selected key. The number of devices on which the application using this key can be installed. Expiration date. The expiration date of the key.
Created keys are displayed in the Key Management in licensed applications window. To apply a key to a licensed applications group: In the Third-party licenses usage folder, select a licensed applications group to which you want to apply a key. Select Properties from the context menu of the licensed applications group. This opens the properties window of the licensed applications group. In the properties window of the licensed applications group, in the Keys section, select Control if license limit is exceeded.
Click the Add button. The Selecting a key window opens. In the Selecting a key window, select a key that you want to apply to a licensed applications group. Click OK. Restrictions imposed on a licensed applications group and specified in the key will also apply to the selected licensed applications group.
Kaspersky Security Center 10 allows you to automatically deploy keys stored in the Administration Server repository to managed devices. Before adding a key file , make sure that the date is set correctly on the managed device. To automatically deploy a key to managed devices: Open Kaspersky Security Center Go to Kaspersky Lab Licenses. Select the key that you want to deploy automatically.
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