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Federal police warn they will track down alleged criminals using Warzone trojan software

A man has been arrested as part of an international operation to shut down a global cybercrime network targeting Australians as Australian federal police warn they will track down other people alleged to be involved in the use of the malicious software.

Daniel Meli, 27, was arrested in Malta on 7 February for allegedly selling and training criminals in the use of Warzone, a remote access trojan software that bypasses security systems and remotely accesses computers without the victims’ knowledge.

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