Large number of cyber mercenaries in Middle East, study finds

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Saudi dissidents, Sikh separatists Pakistani military personnel and Gulf businessmen are among those targeted by a group known as Bahamut. Named after a mythical sea creature in Arab folklore the group offer its services to whoever will pay for them

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