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The FBI urged the immediate removal of previously patched email security appliances made by Barracuda Networks in a Wednesday flash alert, injecting fresh urgency in a push to stymie what’s been called the broadest Chinese cyber spying campaign in years. The bureau says it determined that patches from Barracuda designed to fix a zero-day vulnerability […]

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Government-backed North Korean hackers are posting convincing U.S. military job recruitment documents to lure Korean-speaking victims into downloading malware staged from legitimate but compromised South Korean websites, according to security researchers. Due to the targets and type of attack, the cybersecurity firm Securonix dubbed this campaign STARK#MULE. They believe that APT37, a North Korean hacking […]

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Suspected Chinese APT groups exploited a 17-year-old Microsoft Office vulnerability in May to launch malware attacks against foreign government officials who attended a G7 summit in Hiroshima, Japan. Threat actors targeted government officials from France, the United Kingdom, India, Singapore and Australia who attended a session on global food security, where they also discussed issues […]

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