Forbes 'watering hole' attack the work of Chinese state cyber espionage, claim researchers

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US defence contractors and banks targeted following Forbes attack

A "watering hole" attack on Forbes.com, one of the world's most popular news websites, which exploited zero-day vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash, was the work of Chinese state espionage organisations...

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