Microsoft: SolarWinds hackers are back and attacking supply chains

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Nobelium's last campaign hit companies all over the world
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Nobelium's last campaign hit companies all over the world

At least 14 IT service providers have already been compromised

The Russia-linked hacking group Nobelium, which has been blamed for last year's SolarWinds intrusion, is targeting key players in the global IT supply chain as part of a new campaign, according to Microsoft....

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