Chinese APT Hackers Targeting Betting Companies In Southeast Asia
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Chinese APT Hackers Targeting Betting Companies in Southeast Asia

A Chinese-speaking advanced persistent threat (APT) has been linked to a new campaign targeting gambling-related companies in South East Asia, particularly Taiwan, the Philippines, and Hong Kong.
Cybersecurity firm Avast dubbed the campaign Operation Dragon Castling, describing its malware arsenal as a “robust and modular toolset.” The ultimate motives of the threat actor are not immediately

A Chinese-speaking advanced persistent threat (APT) has been linked to a new campaign targeting gambling-related companies in South East Asia, particularly Taiwan, the Philippines, and Hong Kong.
Cybersecurity firm Avast dubbed the campaign Operation Dragon Castling, describing its malware arsenal as a “robust and modular toolset.” The ultimate motives of the threat actor are not immediately

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