Cloud firm assisted 17 state sponsored hacking groups

According to a report, state-sponsored hackers, commonly known as advanced persistent threats (APTs), have been using internet services from a mysterious cloud service provider named Cloudzy to extort and spy on their victims.

Researchers at the Texas-based Halcyon claimed that 17 separate state-sponsored hacking groups from China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, India, Pakistan, and Vietnam had been renting server space from a firm named Cloudzy and reselling it.

Halcyon’s judgment was disputed by Cloudzy CEO Hannan Nozari, who claimed that his company couldn’t be held accountable for its customers, of whom he believed only 2% were intentionally hostile read more Cloud firm assisted 17 state sponsored hacking groups.

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