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MAY 15, 2015 - USA Today

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Chinese hackers hit Penn State computer system

The attack was conducted by at least two groups, at least one of which was based in China.        

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MAY 15, 2015 - TechRadar

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Chinese hackers secretly use Microsoft TechNet for malware assault

Chinese hackers have been using Microsoft's TechNet website to hide malware attack controls used to carry out assaults on all manner of different groups.Web security firm FireEye reports that the APT (advanced persistent threat) 17 group has been hiding encoded domain names in the comments section of the forum on the popular Microsoft technical documentation site.The group created accounts to ...

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MAY 15, 2015 - Business Insider

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Hackers found an ingenious way to embarrass Microsoft (MSFT)

For many years, Microsoft has operated a website called TechNet, where IT professionals can download technical materials on Microsoft's products and get help troubleshooting problems. On Wednesday, security company FireEye revealed that hackers had infiltrated TechNet in an ingenious way, to operate one of their illegal networks, called a botnet. These hackers did not break into TechNet's security. Instead they ...

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MAY 14, 2015 - GamePro

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Chinese hackers hid malware attack controls in Microsoft TechNet comments

Microsoft has taken steps to stop a China-based hacking group from using its TechNet website as part of its attack infrastructure, according to security vendor FireEye.The group, which FireEye calls APT (advanced persistent threat) 17, is well-known for attacks against defense contractors, law firms, U.S. government agencies and technology and mining companies.TechNet is highly trafficked website that has technical documentation ...

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MAY 14, 2015 - Forbes

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Chinese Snoops Hid Malware Commands On Microsoft TechNet Site

Hackers have always used public resources to store their malicious files, but Chinese digital spies have taken things a step further to hide their tracks. According to FireEye, they used accounts on a Microsoft IT support site to host command and control links to their malware.

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