Cyberespionage prospects telecom companies: Operation Diànxùn. Working against exploitation of Exchange Server. And rerouting SMS messages (it cost only $16).

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Cyberespionage prospects telecom companies: Operation Diànxùn. Working against exploitation of Exchange Server. And rerouting SMS messages (it cost only $16).

Tuesday, 16 March

McAfee describes Operation Diànxùn, a probable Chinese collection effort directed against telecoms and 5G technology. Organizations around the world continue to work to thwart exploitation of Exchange Server vulnerabilities. What’s a webshell, and what can it do? Ben Yelin looks at cell phone data gathered from the US Capitol riot. Our guest is Ross Rustici from ZeroFOX on the evolution of ransomware. And how much does it cost to redirect all your SMS messages to some goon? Said goon needs only sixteen bucks. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news brief: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/50
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