SolarWinds hacker Nobelium targeting global IT supply chain, Microsoft warns

The tech giant revealed Nobelium has targeted more than 140 resellers and technology service providers since May

Kelsey Rees
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SolarWinds hacker Nobelium targeting global IT supply chain, Microsoft warns

Microsoft has warned that Russian hacker Nobelium, the group behind the cyberattack on SolarWinds, is targeting the global IT supply chain. The tech giant said Nobelium is attacking a different part of the supply chain: resellers and other technology service providers that customise, deploy and manage cloud services and other technologies on behalf of their customers. It observed the attacks have not attempted to exploit any flaw or vulnerability in software but rather used "well-known" techniques...

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