[HackerNews] A New APT Hacking Group Targeting Fuel, Energy, and Aviation Industries

A previously undocumented threat actor has been identified as behind a string of attacks targeting fuel, energy, and aviation production industries in Russia, the U.S., India, Nepal, Taiwan, and Japan with the goal of stealing data from compromised networks.
Cybersecurity company Positive Technologies dubbed the advanced persistent threat (APT) group ChamelGang — referring to their

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