Taiwan Ruling Party’s Website Hacked in Cyberspying CampaignBy
FireEye didn’t identify hackers, but Chinese used tool before
DPP members came under attack before January’s election
The website of Taiwan’s ruling Democratic Progressive Party has come under attack from cyberspies seeking to profile visitors to the site, part of a campaign to get information about the party’s policies following its election victory in January, according to a U.S. cybersecurity researcher.
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