China-linked APT3 was able to modify stolen NSA cyberweapons

China-linked APT3 stole cyberweapons from the NSA and reverse engineered them to create its arsenal. In 2010, security firm FireEye identified the Pirpi Remote Access Trojan (RAT) which exploited a then 0-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer versions 6, 7 and 8. FireEye named the threat group APT3 which has also been described as TG-0100, Buckeye, … Continue reading China-linked APT3 was able to modify stolen NSA cyberweapons