Even researchers added that they discovered about the operation of those attackers that the hackers want to steal at least 160 military officer's information, their consultants, attaches and also information about the Indian re-sellers in which not only including their personal photographs, confidential documents, information about their financial records, strategies, passports and also photo IDs.
According to TrendMicro,
The malware was compiled into an MSIL binary using Visual Studio. This means that the original source code was probably in VB# (Visual Basic .NET) or C# (the .NET version of C++). This also means that the developers weren’t aware that these programs can be decompiled in a trivial manner: the attackers provided the source code for free. No truly sophisticated attacker would have created and compiled their malware in this manner.
Even the source code of that malware consists the information about its C&C (Command & Control) servers and also Trend Micro System found that it has many directories in which stored the stolen information up to the 16Gb.
But the lead experts said that they believed that the attackers based in Pakistan because the attackers use the samples of malware that is uploaded onto the Virus Total then they scanned the users ID many times and the IDs will belong to the Pakistan's users. Even experts also added that less sophisticated attackers get easy success in their operations.
And finally, Trend Micro said in a report that has the details about the operations such as C-Major, “For those in charge of defending a corporate or organization network, this attack reinforces the fact that any user, regardless of rank or position,is susceptible to becoming the organization’s weakest security link. As such, while network defenders should be prepared to help prevent, or minimize the damage of attacks,people who use the said network should likewise be knowledgeable of threats that could possibly come. The need for proper user awareness training is clear.”