[HackerNews] New SideWalk Backdoor Targets U.S-based Computer Retail Business

A computer retail company based in the U.S. was the target of a previously undiscovered implant called SideWalk as part of a recent campaign undertaken by a Chinese advanced persistent threat group primarily known for singling out entities in East and Southeast Asia.
Slovak cybersecurity firm attributed the malware to an advanced persistent threat it tracks under the moniker SparklingGoblin, an

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