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Hafnium cyber attack becomes state affair

Microsoft was very clear on one point: “The group, we understand, has ties to state actors and operates out of China.” On Monday and Tuesday, the attackers continued to exploit vulnerabilities in tens of thousands of servers running the company’s software – including in Germany. Microsoft calls the group “Hafnium,” but that’s just a code name used by investigators, not the hackers’ self-designation.

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