[HackerNews] Chinese Authorities Arrest Hackers Behind Mozi IoT Botnet Attacks

The operators of the Mozi IoT botnet have been taken into custody by Chinese law enforcement authorities, nearly two years after the malware emerged on the threat landscape in September 2019.
News of the arrest, which originally happened in June, was disclosed by researchers from Netlab, the network research division of Chinese internet security company Qihoo 360, earlier this Monday, detailing

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