[HackerNews] Facebook Suspends Accounts Used by Iranian Hackers to Target US Military Personnel

Facebook on Thursday disclosed it dismantled a “sophisticated” online cyber espionage campaign conducted by Iranian hackers targeting about 200 military personnel and companies in the defense and aerospace sectors in the U.S., U.K., and Europe using fake online personas on its platform.
The social media giant pinned the attacks to a threat actor known as Tortoiseshell (aka Imperial Kitten) based

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