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Facebook outs IT company in Ho Chi Minh city as state-sponsored hackers, Microsoft finds new sprawling malware campaign called Adrozek, CISA's Masterson leaving for Stanford Internet Observatory gig
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Facebook investigators have traced OceanLotus or APT32, a suspected Vietnamese government hacking group, to an IT company called CyberOne Group in Ho Chi Minh city, marking the first time Facebook has publicly outed an offensive hacking operation.
CyberOne denied being connected to the state-sponsored operation. Facebook said the hackers carried out a range of cyberattacks, including fake accounts to phish targets by posing as activists, businesses and possible love interests. (Jack Stubbs, James Pearson / Reuters)
Related: Facebook Newsroom, ZDNet, Reuters: World News, ETTelecom.com, The Straits Times Asia News, Reuters: World News, IT Pro, The Hacker News, KrASIA
Microsoft said an ongoing malware campaign called Adrozek is distributing malware acr…
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