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"South Asia is a hotbed of geopolitical tensions, and wherever we find heightened tensions we expect to see elevated levels of cyber espionage activity," said Tim Wellsmore, Fire Eye's director of threat intelligence for the Asia Pacific region.The Symantec report said the 'Ehdoor' backdoor was initially used in late 2016 to target government, military and military-affiliated targets in the Middle East and elsewhere.
A senior official with Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency said it had not received any reports of malware incidents from government information technology departments.
The malware utilizes the so-called "Ehdoor" backdoor to access files on computers.
"There was a similar campaign that targeted Qatar using programs called Spynote and Revokery," said a security expert, who requested anonymity.
In a threat intelligence report that was sent to clients in July, Symantec said the online espionage effort dated back to October 2016.
The campaign appeared to be the work of several groups, but tactics and techniques used suggest that the groups were operating with "similar goals or under the same sponsor", probably a nation state, according to the threat report, which was reviewed by Reuters. The detailed report on the cyber spying comes at a time of heightened tensions in the region.Facebook is “passionate” about protecting users, says its content policy director Monika Bickert, who formerly worked at the US Justice Department to target sex traffickers and crimes against children.“My background has given me an appreciation of how serious this issue is,” Bickert said.But the woman is unlikely to get justice, as police have lost all the evidence, and the sole witness has died.The center is operated by the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In).