Vietnam’s premier hacking group ramps up targeting of global car companies
Vietnam wants to build its auto industry. APT32 is trying to help.
ESET: Vietnamese hacking group hijacks Southeast Asian sites in watering hole campaign
The cybersecurity company says many of the websites are still serving malicious scripts after having been notified.
New research highlights Vietnamese group's custom hacking tools
Researchers at Cylance have uncovered remote access tools linked to the infamous Vietnamese hacking group APT32.
Lawmakers ask Google, Facebook not to work with Vietnamese government on new data laws
Lawmakers object to a heavy-handed Vietnamese law that requires tech companies to remove content within 24 hours of getting a request from Vietnamese authorities.
Security firms pour on evidence of Chinese hacking against Vietnam
The operation is reportedly tied to the fight over territory in the South China Sea.
This hacking group with suspected ties to the Vietnamese government is wreaking havoc
Known as APT32 or OceanLotus the group has been actively conducting cyber-espionage missions against valuable corporations, foreign governments, dissidents and domestic journalists since at least 2014, according to new research conducted by cybersecurity firm FireEye.