Microsoft foils domain-spoofing campaign orchestrated by Fancy Bear

Microsoft foils domain-spoofing campaign orchestrated by Fancy Bear

Microsoft foils domain-spoofing campaign orchestrated by Fancy Bear

Microsoft recently took control over six "domain-spoofing" Internet domains that it said were previously controlled by the infamous Russian hacker group Fancy Bear and mimicked genuine domains belonging to democratic institutions and think-tanks in the U.S. such as the International Republican Institute and the Hudson Institute.

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