Feb. 2, 2024, 10:13 p.m. | SC Staff

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More than 2,000 computers across Ukraine were noted by the country's Computer Emergency Response Team to have been compromised as part of a widespread attack campaign with the modular Windows botnet payload PurpleFox, also known as DirtyMoe, which could be leveraged to facilitate further payload deployment and distributed denial-of-service intrusions, BleepingComputer reports.

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