Chinese banks require clients to use tax programs laced with backdoors, report says
A Chinese bank required a company to use a specific kind of tax software for local tax purposes, but the software deployed a backdoor, Trustwave researchers say.
How GitHub untangled itself from the ‘Octopus’ malware that infected 26 software projects
It's an example of the potentially insidious nature of open-source supply chain compromises.
'Turla' spies have been stealing documents from foreign ministries in Eastern Europe, researchers find
Turla has a knack for rewriting code and using it to steal state secrets.
Chinese spies hop from one hacked government network to another in Asia Pacific, researchers say
The report makes clear that, years after being exposed, Naikon’s hackers are singularly focused on delivering intelligence on China’s regional rivals.
Chinese-linked hacking group using Windows backdoors to go after gambling industry targets
The group has links with Winnti or APT27.
Hamas-linked hackers exploit current events to spy on rival Palestinian officials, researchers say
Enticing emails come with PDF files that contain a new remote access trojan, according to Cybereason.