Feb. 1, 2024, 7:56 a.m. | Guru

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Attackers continue to use compromised routers as malicious infrastructure to target government organizations in Europe and the Caucasus region. APT28 threat actors (also known as Sofacy, Fancy Bear, etc.) were behind this malicious espionage effort, according to the Ukrainian government’s computer emergency and incident response team (CERT-UA). By tricking users into visiting a remote HTML page and […]


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