Chinese hacking group APT20 bypassing 2FA in latest wave of attacks

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Hacking activities of APT20 date back to 2011

A hacking group linked to the Chinese state has been found bypassing two-factor authentication (2FA) security in a series of attacks targeting government organisations and managed service providers...

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