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Sophisticated threat actors have targeted a large global IT management software service provider and their customers via a supply chain cyber-attack. Adversaries had managed to breach its internal network and embed a malware inside the firm's popular centralised monitoring and management software. In what is believed to be one of the biggest supply chain attacks in history, it is believed that nearly 18,000 of its customers are running the vulnerable version.
The affected software provides services to organisations across the globe and serves a wide range of U.S government agencies. The trojan malware that is used in this campaign is primarily focused on espionage - tracking emails and gaining access to on premise and cloud resources. Victims should expect malicious activities on their environment including but not limited to sensitive data exfiltration, file execution, and forensic and anti-virus services termination.
The current list of alleged victims related to this campaign includes victims from government, consulting, technology, telecom and extractive entities in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
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