Hackers in China took aim at several European ministries in the leadup to the G20 summit in September, according to a new report.
Security firm FireEye reported to Reuters on Tuesday that Chinese hackers sent e-mails to targets with files laced with malware that was swiftly downloaded to machines and kept there for future stealing of information. The tool allowed the hackers to move across affected machines and perform recon before the G20 summit.
According to FireEye, just before the G20 summit kicked off in Russia, the hackers moved to another server. The security firm believes the move allowed them … Read more