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Dniester

(nē`stər), Ukr. Dnister, Moldovan Nistru, Rus. Dnestr, Rom. Nistrul, Turk. Turla, river, c.850 mi (1,370 km) long, forming part of the border between Ukraine and Moldova. It rises in the Carpathian Mts., flows generally SE through SW Ukraine past Halych, Khotin, and Mohyliv-Podilskyy, through Moldova past Tighina and Tiraspol, and empties through an estuary into the Black Sea SW of Odessa. It is navigable below Halych; its tributaries include the Sereth and the Stryy. The Dniester formed the Romanian-Soviet border from 1918 to 1940, when the USSR regained Bessarabia.

Dniester

a river in E Europe, rising in Ukraine, in the Carpathian Mountains and flowing generally southeast to the Black Sea. Length: 1411 km (877 miles)
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In the case of Sofacy, researchers found scenarios where its Zebrocy malware competed for victim access with Russian-speaking Mosquito Turla clusters; and where its SPLM backdoor competed with traditional Turla and Chinese-speaking Danti attacks.
Turla said that appropriate charges are now being readied against Aparicio before the City Prosecutor's Office.
The post contained controlling instructions for Russian hacker group Turla, which has been targeting governments around the world, especially former Eastern Bloc countries.
Also known as Snake or Uroburos, the Turla group has been active since at least 2007 and has been responsible for some of the most complex cyberespionage attacks to date.
Murat YUCE [1], Koray KARABEKIROGLU [1], Zeynep YILDIRIM [1], Serkan SAHIN [2], Dicle SAPMAZ [1], Zehra BABADAGI [1], Ahmet TURLA [3], Berna AYDIN [3]
Amongst others, these included investigating the Turla group, which makes use of satellite communications to manage its command-and-control servers' traffic for subsequent operations, the Darkhotel APT, which infiltrates hotel Wi-Fi networks to place backdoors on target computers, and the Blue Termite APT, which focuses on stealing information from organisations in Japan.
While investigating the Russian-speaking cyberespionage actor Turla, Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered how it's evading detection of its activity and physical location.
Turla, Ozkara, Ozkanli, and Alkan (2006) found that 43% of the physicians in their sample of health professionals from different hospitals in Samsun (N = 545) agreed with the view that physicians should be able to perform euthanasia.
Turla, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Basanaviciaus 28, 03224 Vilnius, Lithuania, E-mail: vytautas.
India, March 14 -- Experts from G-Data and BAE Systems recently released information about a persistent cyber espionage operation codenamed Turla (also referred to as Snake or Uroburos).
A[yen] Fatima Turla, a Filipina expatriate, said, oeI have been sending Eid cards to my family in the Philippines regularly since I came to Qatar nearly 10 years ago.
Anglim PP, Galler JS, Koss MN, Hagen JA, Turla S, Campan M, et al.