[SecurityWeek] New Iranian Group ‘Agrius’ Launches Destructive Cyberattacks on Israeli Targets

Over the past year, an Iran-linked threat actor named Agrius has been observed launching destructive attacks on Israeli targets, under the disguise of ransomware attacks, according to endpoint security company SentinelOne.

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