China's APT41: State-sponsored espionage by day, hacking for personal gain by night

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Members of China's APT41 threat group traced back to 2012, attacking video games companies out of hours

Members of Chinese cyber threat group APT41 are conducting state-sponsored espionage activities during the day and hacking companies across the world for personal profit by night.  That's accord...

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