[HackerNews] WildPressure APT Emerges With New Malware Targeting Windows and macOS

A malicious campaign that has set its sights on industrial-related entities in the Middle East since 2019 has resurfaced with an upgraded malware toolset to strike both Windows and macOS operating systems, symbolizing an expansion in both its targets and its strategy around distributing threats.
Russian cybersecurity firm attributed the attacks to an advanced persistent threat (APT) it tracks as

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[ZDNet] Digital initiatives across NSW gain funding boost from 2021-22 Budget

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[SecurityWeek] European Union Extends Framework for Cyberattack Sanctions

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