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12368649054?profile=RESIZE_400xA Chinese cyber espionage group targeting organizations and individuals in China and Japan has remained under the radar for roughly five years, cybersecurity firm ESET reports.  Researchers have tracked it as Blackwood and active since at least 2018, the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actor has been using Adversary-in-the-Middle (AitM) attacks to deploy a sophisticated implant via the update mechanisms of legitimate software such as Sogou Pinyin, Tencent QQ, and WPS Office

9601404653?profile=RESIZE_400xA new state-sponsored advanced persistent threat (APT), a term used to describe nation level sponsored and very sophisticated cyber-espionage groups, has been observed escalating attacks against hotels across the world.  Code-named FamousSparrow, this new APT was discovered by Slovak security firm ESET, which said it is tracking hotel focused attacks as far back as 2019.

“FamousSparrow’s victims are located in Europe (France, Lithuania, the UK), the Middle East (Israel, Saudi Arabia), the Americ