Level 36
The advanced persistent threat (APT) group tracked by Microsoft as Platinum is using a new stealthy Trojan-backdoor malware dubbed Titanium to infiltrate and take control of their targets' systems. What makes Titanium stand out is its use of various methods of hiding in plain sight by camouflaging as security solutions, sound drivers, or software commonly used to create DVDs.

Platinum (also tracked as TwoForOne by Kaspersky) has been active since at least 2009 in the APAC region, targeting "governmental organizations, defense institutes, intelligence agencies, diplomatic institutions, and telecommunication providers in South and Southeast Asia," as per Microsoft.