[HackerNews] China’s Cyberspies Targeting Southeast Asian Government Entities

A sweeping and “highly active campaign” that originally set its sights on Myanmar has broadened its focus to strike a number of targets located in the Philippines, according to new research.
Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky, which first spotted the infections in October 2020, attributed them to a threat actor it tracks as “LuminousMoth,” which it connected with medium to high confidence to a

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