TeamViewer Confirms Undisclosed Breach From 2016

Sergiu Gatlan reports:

TeamViewer confirmed today that it has been the victim of a cyber attack which was discovered during the autumn of 2016, but was never disclosed. This attack is thought to be of Chinese origins and utilized the Winnti backdoor.

The company behind the highly popular TeamViewer remote desktop software told German publisher Der Spiegel that the attack was discovered before the threat group was capable of doing any damage, with experts and investigators failing to find any evidence of data being stolen during the security incident.

Read more on BleepingComputer, where you’ll also find some statements about why TeamViewer decided that they did not need to notify or disclose the incident.

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