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This surprise Linux malware warning shows that hackers are changing their targets
Drovorub - yet another strain of malware targeting Linux systems - is being used by malicious Russian hackers to spy on users, steal files and hijack devices.
The revelation from the FBI and National Security Agency that Russian military intelligence has built malware to target Linux systems is the latest dramatic twist in the unrelenting cybersecurity battle.
The two agencies have revealed that Russian hackers have been using the previously undisclosed malware for Linux systems, called Drovorub, as part of their cyber-espionage operations. The malware allows hackers to steal files and take over devices.