LuckyMouse uses malicious NDISProxy Windows driver to target gov’t entities

The LuckyMouse advanced persistent threat (APT) is back with a twist in tactics that harnesses LeagSoft certificates to spread Trojans by way of malicious NDISProxy drivers. It was back in June that researchers discovered that LuckyMouse, also known as EmissaryPanda and Read More …

APT10 Under Close Scrutiny as Potentially Linked to Chinese Ministry of State Security

n advanced threat actor has been associated with China’s Ministry of State Security via two individuals and a Chinese firm. Researchers claim that APT10, a likely China-based threat actor, is believed directly connected to the Chinese Ministry of State Security’s Read More …

Botched CIA Communications System Helped Blow Cover of Chinese Agents

It was considered one of the CIA’s worst failures in decades: Over a two-year period starting in late 2010, Chinese authorities systematically dismantled the agency’s network of agents across the country, executing dozens of suspected U.S. spies. But since then, Read More …

China-based hackers take an interest in Cambodia’s elections

A US-based security researcher has accused China of interfering in Cambodia’s forthcoming national election. Security vendor FireEye says it has spotted a large-scale Chinese phishing, intrusion, remote access trojan (RAT), and data exfiltration operation targeting the poll. FireEye attributed the activity to Read More …

Chinese Hackers Carried Out Country-Level Watering Hole Attack

Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered an espionage campaign that has targeted a national data center of an unnamed central Asian country in order to conduct watering hole attacks. The campaign is believed to be active covertly since fall 2017 but was Read More …