DarkHotel hackers use VPN zero-day to breach Chinese government agencies – Digitalmunition




Home Forums DarkHotel hackers use VPN zero-day to breach Chinese government agencies

This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  69shaolin69 1 month, 3 weeks ago.

  • Author
    Posts
  • #231759

    anonymous
    Participant

    DarkHotel hackers use VPN zero-day to breach Chinese government agencies

  • #231760

    69shaolin69

    How the turn tables.

  • #231761

    DogMeatTalk

    This is fantastic

  • #231762

    LeoMark95

    I keep hearing a lot of promising stuff from this group, they obviously don’t refer to themselves as “dark hotel” that name was given to them.

    Does anyone know more about their origins?

    All their exploits and attacks are strictly sourced in-house, so massive respect.

    They are making waves definitely, something to watch out for…

  • #231763

    redditgibbous

    Blackstone isn’t mentioned anywhere in the article.

  • #231764

    chocomilkmans

    How is the author so sure that they’re state sponsored hackers?

  • #231765

    kong-dao

    Wait!! Does anyone read the post?

    It looks like that DarkHotel tried to hack the World Health Organization (WHO) and the incident (in that particular case) case reported by Alexander Urbelis and i quote:

    >The attempted break-in at the WHO was first flagged to [Reuters](https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-who-hack-exclusive/exclusive-elite-hackers-target-who-as-coronavirus-cyberattacks-spike-idUSKBN21A3BN) by Alexander Urbelis, a cybersecurity expert and attorney with the New York-based ***Blackstone Law Group***, which tracks suspicious internet domain registration activity.

    Doesn’t sound familiar the [Blackstone Group](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Blackstone_Group#Criticism_and_controversies), one of the largest and powerful investors in the world and also connected to Trump administration?

    And even more lies, i quote:

    >Cybersecurity firms including Romania’s Bitdefender and Moscow-based Kaspersky said *they have traced many of DarkHotel’s operations to East Asia – an area that has been particularly affected by the coronavirus*. Specific targets have included government employees and business executives in places such as China, *North Korea*, Japan, and the United States.

    So far North Korea have zero cases of coronavirus, so, Reuters, Bitdefender or Kaspersky are lying…i don’t know “***who***”

    The CEO of Blackstone Group is [Stephen A. Schwarzman](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_A._Schwarzman), one of the most wealthy persons in the world with $17.2 Billions.

    Be careful on what you read and believe.

  • #231766

    truelai

    Strange. I had thought they were a Chinese (PRC) group.

  • #231767

    Dwman113

    “Foreign state-sponsored hackers”

    Any evidence they were state sponsored? I find it hard to believe there is if it was actually state sponsored….

  • #231768

    Helpful-Garbage

    Nice

  • #231769

    IsolatedCrazyPerson

    Finally

  • #231770

    ttc-op

    Finally. Very excited.

  • #231771

    kevintootill

    Just wait for the commies to come out and say they allowed the hackers access

  • #231772

    trstnxvr

    whats DarkHotel?

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.