US Justice Department indicts Iranian, Chinese and Malaysian hackers for targeting hundreds of individuals and organisations

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US Justice Department indicts Iranian, Chinese, and Malaysian hackers for their role in targeting American and foreign firms
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US Justice Department indicts Iranian, Chinese, and Malaysian hackers for their role in targeting American and foreign firms

Malaysian nationals allegedly helped Chinese hackers in their attempts to intrude into the networks of American firms

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has indicted two Iranian nationals, two Malaysians and five Chinese individuals for their alleged role in state-sponsored hacking campaigns targeting over 100 firms based...

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