[ZDNet] BlackBerry report highlights initial access broker providing entry to StrongPity APT, MountLocker and Phobos ransomware gangs

Named “Zebra2104,” the initial access broker helped out a variety of cybercriminal groups and nation-states attacking businesses in Turkey and Australia.

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