Researchers Find New Chunk of SolarWinds Attackers’ infrastructure

Read Dennis Fisher explain how RiskIQ security researchers have found the majority of command and control servers used by the SolarWinds hackers on Duo Security Blog :

Months after the initial revelation of the intrusion at SolarWinds, researchers have discovered that the footprint of the infrastructure used by the attackers is much larger than previously thought, a finding that may lead to the eventual discovery of new victims in the future. The findings from RiskIQ show that APT29, also known as Cozy Bear, spent quite a bit of time and energy setting up the infrastructure in such a way that it could avoid creating any recognizable patterns for researchers to latch on to.

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