Cybersecurity Agencies Warn of China-linked APT40’s Rapid Exploit Adaptation

APT40 is a China-linked cyber espionage group that has been the subject of a joint advisory by cybersecurity agencies from Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, the U.K., and the U.S. The advisory warns that APT40 can co-opt exploits for recently discovered security flaws within hours or days of public release.

According to the authorities, APT 40 has previously targeted groups in a number of nations, including Australia and the US. Most notably, APT 40 can quickly modify and adapt vulnerability proofs-of-concept (PoCs) for use in activities related to exploitation, reconnaissance, and targeting.

Since at least 2013, the antagonistic collective identified by many aliases, including Bronze Mohawk, Gingham Typhoon (previously Gadolinium), ISLANDDREAMS, Kryptonite Panda, Leviathan, Red Ladon, TA423, and TEMP.Periscope, has been known to conduct cyberattacks against targets in the Asia-Pacific region read more about Cybersecurity Agencies Warn of China-linked APT40’s Rapid Exploit Adaptation.

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