Gelsemium APT was behind February compromise of NoxPlayer

ESET has published details of an advanced persistent threat (APT) crew that appears to have deployed recent supply chain attack methods against targets including “electronics manufacturers,” although it didn’t specify which.

“Victims of its campaigns are located in East Asia as well as the Middle East and include governments, religious organizations, electronics manufacturers and universities,” said ESET in a research report published today that names the APT crew as Gelsemium.

Those target countries include China, Japan, Mongolia, Taiwan, North and South Korea, and various Middle Eastern countries.

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Source: The Register