UK holds China responsible for Exchange server hacks

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UK and allies hold China-backed hackers responsible for Exchange server hacks
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UK and allies hold China-backed hackers responsible for Exchange server hacks

At least 30,000 organisations across the United States were compromised earlier this year through four security bugs in Microsoft Exchange server email software

The UK and its allies have formally attributed the Microsoft Exchange hack to Chinese state-backed groups. In a detailed post on Monday, the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) said threat actors...

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