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New malware is targeting Apple MacOS users in a campaign

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A newfound type of malware is focusing on Apple MacOS clients in a mission which analysts state is attached to a country state supported hacking activity.

The mission has been definite by network safety examiners at Trend Micro who’ve connected it to OceanLotus – otherwise called APT32 – a hacking bunch which is thought to have connections to the Vietnamese government.

OceanLotus is known to target unfamiliar associations working in Vietnam including media, exploration and development and keeping in mind that the inspiration for this isn’t completely perceived, the point is…

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