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China-backed Hackers Hijack Software Updates to Implant “NSPX30” Spyware

A previously undocumented China-aligned threat actor has been linked to a set of adversary-in-the-middle (AitM) attacks that hijack update requests from legitimate software to deliver a sophisticated implant named NSPX30.
Slovak cybersecurity firm ESET is tracking the advanced persistent threat (APT) group under the name¬†Blackwood. It’s said to be active since at least 2018.
The NSPX30

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