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Evasive Panda has been spotted targeting Tibetans in several countries and territories with payloads that included a previously undocumented backdoor ESET has named Nightdoor

This week, ESET researchers released their analysis of how an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) group targeted Tibetans via watering hole and supply-chain attacks. The cyberespionage campaign – which ESET attributed with high confidence to the China-aligned Evasive Panda group – leveraged a religious gathering known as the Monlam Festival to ensnare Tibetans in several countries and regions since at least September 2023.

Watch the video to learn more about the mechanics of the attack and make sure to read also the full blogpost.

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