Cyberspies target military organizations with new Nebulae backdoor

A Chinese-speaking threat actor has deployed a new backdoor in multiple cyber-espionage operations spanning roughly two years and targeting military organizations from Southeast Asia.

For at least a decade, the hacking group known as Naikon has actively spied on organizations in countries around the South China Sea, including the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Thailand, for at least a decade, since 2010.

Naikon is likely a state-sponsored threat actor tied to China, mostly known for focusing its efforts on high-profile orgs, including government entities and military orgs.

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Source: Bleeping Computer