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  • Chinese APT41 hackers actively use Google cloud infrastructure in their attacks

    A Chinese government-sponsored cyber gang attacked an unnamed Taiwanese media organization using a suite of publicly available Google services and tools.

    Google TAG specialists have no doubt that the Chinese group HOODOO, which has been active since at least 2007, also known as APT41, Barium, Bronze Atlas, Wicked Panda and Winnti, is behind the malicious campaign.

    The starting point of the attack is a phishing email containing a link to a password-protected file hosted on Google Drive. This file includes the "Google Command and Control" (GC2) publicly available Red Teaming tool, developed by enthusiasts and used by attackers to read malicious commands from Google Sheets, as well as exfiltrate the victim's data into the hackers' cloud space on the same Google Drive.

    Google said that the attackers had previously used similar methods, including the use of GC2, in July 2022 during an attack on an Italian job search website.

    The Google study is remarkable in that it uncovers two emerging trends at once. The first trend is the increasing use by Chinese attack groups of publicly available tools such as Cobalt Strike, GC2 to confuse security researchers and hide the source of the attack. The second trend points to the growing prevalence of malware and tools written in the Go programming language due to its modularity and cross-platform compatibility.

    Google also warned that the ubiquitous availability and convenience of cloud services has made them a desirable and useful tool not only for ordinary users, but also for cybercriminals who use these services to spread malware and exfiltrate data.

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