[HackerNews] IndigoZebra APT Hacking Campaign Targets the Afghan Government

Cybersecurity researchers are warning of ongoing attacks coordinated by a suspected Chinese-speaking threat actor targeting the Afghanistan government as part of an espionage campaign that may have had its provenance as far back as 2014.
Israeli cybersecurity firm Check Point Research attributed the intrusions to a hacking group tracked under the moniker “IndigoZebra,” with past activity aimed

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