China's Security Ministry is running APT17 cyber-espionage group, claims Intrusion Truth

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Shadowy group Intrusion Truth has revealed details of three individuals that are thought to be the members of the APT17.
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Shadowy group Intrusion Truth has revealed details of three individuals that are thought to be the members of the APT17.

Intrusion Truth has revealed details of three individuals believed to be members of APT17

Cyber-espionage hacking group APT17 is controlled by the Jinan bureau of China's Security Ministry, an online group of anonymous cyber-security experts has claimed. APT17 is a China-based hacking group...

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