Insikt Group says malware has infiltrated the systems of at least 10 Indonesian ministries and agencies. Photo: AFP Insikt Group says malware has infiltrated the systems of at least 10 Indonesian ministries and agencies. Photo: AFP
Insikt Group says malware has infiltrated the systems of at least 10 Indonesian ministries and agencies. Photo: AFP
Indonesia

Indonesia denies report of Chinese hacking group breaching intelligence agency servers

  • A US cybersecurity firm says a suspected Chinese state-sponsored group infiltrated Indonesian systems, but intelligence agency BIN says its servers are secure
  • The group, Mustang Panda, is allegedly behind cyberattacks on Myanmar and Southeast Asian telcos

Topic |   Indonesia
Insikt Group says malware has infiltrated the systems of at least 10 Indonesian ministries and agencies. Photo: AFP Insikt Group says malware has infiltrated the systems of at least 10 Indonesian ministries and agencies. Photo: AFP
Insikt Group says malware has infiltrated the systems of at least 10 Indonesian ministries and agencies. Photo: AFP
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