[HackerNews] Facebook Bans Pakistani and Syrian Hacker Groups for Abusing its Platform

Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, announced Tuesday that it took action against four separate malicious cyber groups from Pakistan and Syria who were found targeting people in Afghanistan, as well as journalists, humanitarian organizations, and anti-regime military forces in the West Asian country.
The Pakistani threat actor, dubbed SideCopy, is said to have used the platform to

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