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Hackers associated with Russian intelligence recently began impersonating U.S. State Department employees as part of a scheme targeting potential victims across several critical sectors, catching cybersecurity experts by surprise nearly two years since the suspected state-sponsored group last surfaced.
Major cybersecurity firms including FireEye and CrowdStrike independently acknowledged detecting a wave of sudden malicious activity this week likely caused by “Cozy Bear,” an advanced persistent threat (APT) group previously linked to Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service.
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