APT15 hacking group linked to Chinese intelligence accused of hacking UK government contractor and stealing military secrets

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Google Cloud used by Chinese hackers as part of command and control infrastructure for nation-state attack, claims NCC Group

A hacking group linked to Chinese intelligence is believed to have penetrated a UK government contractor and stolen information about military technology. That's according to NCC Group, which ha...

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