How did a Chinese APT get a U.S. hacking tool before it was leaked? Check Point has a theory.
A Chinese hacking group that has been using tools linked with the National Security Agency might have obtained at least one without breaching NSA systems.
Chinese hackers found and repurposed elite NSA-linked tools
Symantec has evidence that Chinese-linked hackers were using NSA-authored tools at least a year before they were publicly leaked by the Shadow Brokers.
MITRE asks vendors to do more to detect stealthy hacks
APT29 is the muse, but the evaluation is also about ensuring that products can detect "living off the land" techniques.
DOJ indictment spotlights China’s civilian intel agency – and its hacker recruits
In unsealing charges against 10 Chinese nationals, the Department of Justice showed its focus is on China’s Ministry of State Security.
Chinese hackers stole sensitive U.S. Navy submarine plans from contractor
A Chinese intelligence agency was able to successfully hack into a Navy contractor around February, stealing more than a half terabyte worth of highly sensitive documents.
DOJ reveals indictment against Chinese cyberspies that stole U.S. business secrets
Court documents describe that Chinese nationals Wu Yingzhuo, Dong Hao and Xia Lei hacked into and stole data from several American companies, including Siemens AG, Moody’s Analytics and the GPS technology company Trimble.