APT28 Hackers Caught Hijacking Legitimate LoJack Software

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

Security researchers have found tainted versions of the legitimate LoJack software that appeared to have been sneakily modified to allow hackers inside companies that use it.

Researchers say domains found inside the tainted LoJack instances have been previously tied to other hacking operations carried out by APT28, a codename used to describe a nation-state-backed cyber-espionage group located in Russia, with ties to the company’s military intelligence.

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