Cyber opportunists live all over the world. So, naturally, they speak many languages, besides the language of computers. And those languages are making life tougher for people preventing and investigating hackers, according to LIFARS.
In a recent article, Multinationalism in Digital Forensics, LIFARS explains the phenomenon of expanding native-language tools and how they can not only be used in creating malware but used by investigators to find clues about whether the attacker is an individual or a well-funded organization.
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