LuckyMouse threat group strikes national data center to exploit government websites

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Chinese-speaking threat actors have launched a campaign against a national data center in a bid to compromise government resources.

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On Wednesday, researchers from Kaspersky Labs said that the campaign was detected back in March, but is believed to have been active since fall 2017.

In a blog post, the team said the ongoing attack is the work of a Chinese-speaking threat group dubbed LuckyMouse, otherwise known as EmissaryPanda and APT27.

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