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Norway police secret service states said that China-linked APT31 group was behind the 2018 cyberattack on the government’s IT network. Norway’s Police Security Service (PST) said that the China-linked APT31 cyberespionage group was behind the attack that breached the government’s IT network in 2018. The attribution of the attack to the APT31 grouo is based The post Norway blames China-linked APT31 for 2018 government hack appeared first on Security Affairs.
A new bug in iPhone can permanently break users’ WiFi by disabling it, the issue could be triggered by simply connecting to a rogue hotspot. The researcher Carl Schou discovered a new bug in iPhone that can permanently break users’ WiFi by disabling it, the issue could be triggered by simply connecting to a rogue The post This bug can permanently break iPhone WiFi connectivity appeared first on Security Affairs.
A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived! Every week the best security articles from Security Affairs free for you in your email box. If you want to also receive for free the international press subscribe here. APWG: Phishing maintained near-record levels in the first quarter of 2021 BackdoorDiplomacy APT targets diplomats from Africa and The post Security Affairs newsletter Round 319 appeared first on Security Affairs.
North Korea-linked APT group Kimsuky allegedly breached South Korea’s atomic research agency KAERI by exploiting a VPN vulnerability. South Korean representatives declared on Friday that North Korea-linked APT group Kimsuky is believed to have breached the internal network of the South Korean Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI). The Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) in Daejeon, South Korea The post North Korean APT group Kimsuky allegedly hacked South Korea’s atomic research agency KAERI appeared first on Security Affairs.
Experts attribute a series of cyber-espionage campaigns dating back to 2014, and focused on gathering military intelligence, to China-linked Unit 69010. Experts from Recorded Future’s Insikt Group linked a series of attacks, part of RedFoxtrot China-linked campaigns, to the PLA China-linked Unit 69010 The cyber-espionage campaigns dated back 2014 and focused on gathering military intelligence The post RedFoxtrot operations linked to China’s PLA Unit 69010 due to bad opsec appeared first on Security Affairs.