Chinese Malware Got Used in the Australian Cyber Attacks

Chinese Malware Used in the Australian Cyber Attacks

The Australian government recently released an advisory last week about increasing and
an alarming amount of cyber activity from a state actor against the networks belonging to its companies and agencies across the country.
There is a “sophisticated” adversary behind these attacks that relies on a slightly modified
proof-of-concept to exploit code for the past vulnerabilities; the government confirms—an
unofficial blame finger points towards China.
The attacker targets all the public-facing infrastructure with remote code execution exploits, a frequent choice of being the unpatched versions of Telerik user interface (UI). This would be the fourth warning this year from the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) about such threat actors exploiting critical vulnerabilities in Telerik UI.
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