China-based hackers have been fingered for bit-squatting attacks against Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party, FireEye researchers say.
The attackers replicated the DPP website on a malicious domain in a bid to glean information about visitors.
The presence of payloads or specific techniques was not detailed in the CNN report.
Attacks lasted several days last month and follow the inauguration of President Tsai Ing-wen.
Original Source: The Register
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