Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#1898 Uncovering the inner workings of EyePyramid
Two Italians referred to as the “Occhionero brothers” have been arrested and accused of using malware and a carefully-prepared spear-phishing scheme to spy on high-profile politicians and businessmen. This case has been called “EyePyramid”, which we first discussed last week. (Conspiracy theories aside, the name came from a domain name and directory path that was found during the research.)

The court order was published by AGI, an Italian news agency, around noon on January 11. It (surprisingly) contains multiple technical details which we used to bootstrap our initial analysis. This post builds on the details of the case to provide a more complete and in-depth view of the activities of this campaign.
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#1898 Uncovering the inner workings of EyePyramid
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