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12254122652?profile=RESIZE_400xA previously unknown government-backed hacking group is targeting organizations in the manufacturing, IT, and biomedical sectors across Taiwan, Vietnam, the US and an unnamed Pacific island, according to new research from Symantec.

Researchers are tracking the group under the name “Grayling” and said in a report released earlier this week that it is using custom-made malware as well as publicly available tools to attack its targets.  The attacks, which began in February and continued through May

10006159689?profile=RESIZE_400xONUS, the Vietnamese crypto trading platform, recently experienced an attack stemming from the Log4j vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228).[1] ONUS allows users to trade crypto currencies through their app which is available for iOS and Android. The organization has grown significantly in the past 18 months since the app’s launch in March of 2020, with a large portion of users in Vietnam, Nigeria, and the Philippines.[2]

Financial organizations and crypto platforms in particular are juicy targets for a