May 23, 2023, 8 p.m. |

The Record by Recorded Future

Several shipping and logistics websites in Israel were hacked to gather information about their users, according to a report by Tel Aviv-based cybersecurity company ClearSky. The company attributes these attacks “with a low confidence” to the Iranian nation-state hacker group Tortoiseshell, also called TA456 and Imperial Kitten. The threat actor has been active since at

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