China-backed hackers stole text messages and phone records in push for intelligence, report says

From CNBC, Nov 1, 2019

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A state-backed Chinese hacking group called APT41 were able to hack into telecommunications firms’ servers and steal the contents of text messages for intelligence that was of interest to Beijing, according to a new report from cybersecurity firm FireEye.

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Nov. 02, 2019