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SiliconANGLE 06/04/2020 20:21
Huntley provided further details on Twitter, saying that the groups involved in the phishing campaigns were identified as APT31 and APT35.
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The same official said Iranian hackers had recently targeted email accounts belonging to Republican President Donald Trump's campaign staff.
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BOSTON (AP) — Google said state-based hackers have targeted the campaigns of both President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, although it saw no evidence that the phishing attempts were successful. The company confirmed the findings after the director of its Threat Analysis Group, Shane Huntley, disclosed the attempts Thursday on Twitter. Huntley […]
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SC Magazine 06/04/2020 17:28
Chinese, Iranian phishing campaigns target Biden, Trump campaigns.
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ForkLog 06/04/2020 17:04
Cybercriminals have broken into the computer network of Westech International, the United States military contractor, that provides engineering and maintenance support for the Minuteman III nuclear deterrent.
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SecurityWeek 06/04/2020 16:48
This is a major disclosure of potential cyber-enabled influence operations, just as we saw in 2016," Graham Brookie, director of the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensics Research Lab, said in a tweet.
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Forbes 06/04/2020 15:44
And in 2016, a group of Russian hackers successfully used a phishing attack on Hillary Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta, whose emails were eventually leaked to and released by Wikileaks.
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FP Trading Desk (Canada) 06/04/2020 15:16
The same official said Iranian hackers had recently targeted email accounts belonging to Republican President Donald Trump's campaign staff.
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Digital Trends 06/04/2020 15:09
Huntley also tweeted that the hackers were identified as China’s APT31 and Iran’s APT35.
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Al Jazeera (International) 06/04/2020 15:06
State-backed hackers from China have targeted staffers working on the presidential campaign of Democrat Joe Biden, a senior Google security official said on Thursday.
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The hackers stole thousands of emails that were then leaked in the lead-up to the election, the Justice Department said when it issued 12 indictments against accused Russian hackers in 2018.
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Engadget 06/04/2020 15:00
In most instances, the hackers tried to phish people with misleading links and take advantage of weak passwords.
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Chinese and Iranian hackers targeted Biden and Trump campaigns, Google says.
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TechRadar 06/04/2020 14:30
Manager of data intelligence at Check Point, Omer Dembinsky provided further insight on the findings of the company's researchers, saying: “As unemployment rises, cyber criminals are hard at work.
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CNET News 06/04/2020 14:04
We can confirm that our Threat Analysis Group recently saw phishing attempts from a Chinese group targeting the personal email accounts of Biden campaign staff and an Iranian group targeting the personal email accounts of Trump campaign staff.
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