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March 14, 2023, 2:11 p.m. |

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Suspected government-backed hackers are attacking military and government organizations in South Asia with malware called KamiKakaBot that is designed to steal sensitive information. Researchers from Amsterdam-based cybersecurity firm EclecticIQ [attributed](https://blog.eclecticiq.com/dark-pink-apt-group-strikes-government-entities-in-south-asian-countries#A1) the attacks to the advanced persistent threat (APT) group Dark Pink. The group’s previous victims include military, government, religious and non-profit organizations in Cambodia, Indonesia,

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