Watering hole attacks enabled hackers to target iPhone and Mac users in Hong Kong

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Watering hole attacks enabled hackers to target iPhone and Mac users in Hong Kong
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Watering hole attacks enabled hackers to target iPhone and Mac users in Hong Kong

A zero-day bug in macOS Catalina allowed threat actors to install backdoors on Apple devices

Google's Threat Advisory Group (TAG) have disclosed details of a massive cyber-espionage campaign which exploited multiple vulnerabilities, including a zero-day, in iOS and macOS to target people interested...

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