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A state-sponsored hacking group launched the biggest distributed denial-of-service DDoS attack in history against Google in , the company has disclosed. The largest attack prior to that was one launched against Amazon , which reached a peak of 2. Despite being the origin of the largest attack, China is only responsible for 12 per cent of state-sponsored attacks. Russian activity made up 52 per cent of all attacks between July and June , Microsoft says. Unlike the attack on Google, however, these assaults aim to influence government policy through subtler means, rather than targeting infrastructure directly.
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As we head into the U. In June, we announced that we saw phishing attempts against the personal email accounts of staffers on the Biden and Trump campaigns by Chinese and Iranian APTs Advanced Persistent Threats respectively. As part of our wider tracking of APT31 activity, we've also seen them deploy targeted malware campaigns. One APT31 campaign was based on emailing links that would ultimately download malware hosted on GitHub. The malware was a python-based implant using Dropbox for command and control. It would allow the attacker to upload and download files as well as execute arbitrary commands. Every malicious piece of this attack was hosted on legitimate services, making it harder for defenders to rely on network signals for detection.
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Here's what is known and what is not known about the China-related attacks on Google and the other Silicon Valley companies. Computer attacks on corporations happen all the time, but most companies don't publicize them. They fear damage to their reputation and they don't want to jeopardize the investigation or reveal any information that could be used in future attacks.