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Chinese APT group ToddyCat launches new cyber-espionage campaigns

The Chinese cyberespionage group known as ToddyCat has been targeting high-profile organisations in Asia, primarily in the telecom and government sectors, through a malicious campaign dubbed “Stayin’ Alive,” according to researchers at Check Point Software Technologies and Kaspersky Lab. ToddyCat’s favoured technique is DLL side-loading, and the malware exploits vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange servers and delivers malware through spear-phishing emails.

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