Israel-based security firm Check Point claims a Chinese state-backed group known as Naikon has been targeting countries in Asia and the Pacific, including Australia, for the last five years and stepping up its activities in 2019 and the first quarter of this year to gather intelligence and spy on these countries.
A group that was distributing Windows ransomware known as Shade or Troldesh has pulled up stumps and released about 750,000 encryption keys, offering an apology for its actions during its existence.
Australian Internet users were the fifth most attacked by spam and phishing lures in 2019, the security firm Kaspersky says, based on statistics it collected during the past year. The firm found that 25.24% of Australians were attacked.
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