Hackers weaponise secure USB drives

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Hackers weaponise secure USB drives

To target air-gapped networks.

A cyber-espionage group is targeting a specific type of secure USB drive created by a South Korean defence company in a bid to gain access to its air-gapped networks. According to a blog post by researchers at Palo Alto Networks, the attack was carried out by a group called Tick which conducts ...

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