[HackerNews] Chinese Hackers Believed to be Behind SITA, Air India Data Breach

The cyber assault on Air India that came to light last month lasted for a period of at least two months and 26 days, new research has revealed, which attributed the incident with moderate confidence to a Chinese nation-state threat actor called APT41.
Group-IB dubbed the campaign “ColunmTK” based on the names of the command-and-control (C2) server domains that were used for communications. “The

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