Russian hackers behind SolarWinds renew cyberattacks
The security firm said in a blog post: “While Volexity cannot say with certainty who is behind these attacks, it does believe it has the earmarks of a known threat actor it has dealt with on several previous occasions,” citing a Russian-based hacker group. John Dickson of the security firm Denim Group said the latest attacks suggest the sanctions imposed by Washington are insufficient.
“I think the sanctions were a starting point and we need to ratchet them up,” Dickson told AFP. Dickson said the various hacking operations from Russia “are all different iterations of the same information operations” with Kremlin approval and that “they’re doing it without fear of retribution.”
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