Incident Details Chinese APT Malware targeting domains with news themes and sites pertaining to Japan and Taiwan
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TIPper: China APT malware and spoofed domains
ThreatConnect recently identified malware from one of our Chinese Advanced Persistent Threat rules. Upon examining the malware's command and control (C2) infrastructure, ThreatConnect found a number of spoofed domains registered by the same individual, suggesting these organizations may also be targets. The spoofed domains feature a heavy news theme, as well as a number of sites pertaining to Japan and Taiwan.
For additional details, current ThreatConnect users can access this incident by selecting this LINK or search for incident “20160619A: nick.obama APT” in the ThreatConnect Platform.
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