Microsoft links Windows zero-day hacks to Austrian spyware maker

Microsoft has linked the exploitation of several Windows and Adobe zero-days targeting organizations in Europe and Central America to a little-known Austrian spyware maker. The technology giant’s threat intelligence and security response units have linked a number of cyberattacks to a threat actor it calls “Knotweed,” better known as the Vienna-based intelligence-gathering company, Decision Supporting […]

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