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Jan. 13, 2022, 2:16 a.m. | Duncan Riley

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An Iranian state-sponsored hacking group has been found to be actively exploiting vulnerabilities in Apache Log4j to distribute a new modular PowerShell toolkit for nefarious purposes. Detailed Tuesday by researchers at Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., the APT35 hacking group, also known as Phosphorous and Charming Kitten, was first detected exploiting Log4j only four days after […]

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