Russian cyberspies hit NATO and EU organizations with new malware toolset

The Polish government warns that a cyberespionage group linked to Russia’s intelligence services is targeting diplomatic and foreign ministries from NATO and EU member states in an ongoing campaign that uses previously undocumented malware payloads. The group, known in the security industry as APT29, Cozy Bear, and NOBELIUM, is believed to be part of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) and is the group behind the 2020 supply chain attack against software company SolarWinds that led to the compromise of thousands of organizations worldwide.

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