Category Archives: APT28

Ukrainian cybersecurity officials disclose two new hacking campaigns

Ukrainian cybersecurity officials exposed two new hacking campaigns against targets there this week, one using a phony tax collection document purportedly sent by the national tax agency and the other using a malicious document that discussed the threat of nuclear attack from Russia. Officials with the Computer Emergency Response Team of Ukraine (CERT-UA) published the […]

Multiple government hacking groups stay busy targeting Ukraine and the region, Google researchers say

Government-backed hackers from Russia, China and Belarus have been behind a series of a series of hacking campaigns in recent weeks targeting government, industry, journalists, politicians and others, according to the latest update from Google’s Threat Analysis Group. The Google researchers noted in an updated blog post Tuesday that in just the “past few weeks” […]

Against backdrop of Russian-Ukraine war, researchers witness flurry of nation-aligned hacking

Hackers believed to be associated with the governments of Russia, Belarus and China are targeting Ukraine, Poland and European governments, researchers say, ranging from espionage attempts to phishing campaigns and coinciding with the intensification of the Russian assault on Ukraine. Shane Huntley, the director of Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG), said in a blog post […]

A new group of cyber mercenaries targets businesses, journalists — including some in Russia

Trend Micro said on Wednesday it has discovered a new Russian-language cyber mercenary group that has been going after targets ranging from Russian businesses to journalists and politicians. Researchers discovered the group after a long-time target of Pawn Storm, a hacking group connected to Russian intelligence, also known as Fancy Bear and APT28, said in […]

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