Microsoft has revealed its latest efforts to tackle cyber attacks by a hacking entity linked to Russia called Strontium. It took over several of the entity's domains to help keep users safe.
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In a sternly worded letter, Microsoft has urged world leaders to unite and take action against cybercrime groups from North Korea and Russia, among others, which are attacking healthcare institutions.
Microsoft has reported increased activity from hacking groups based in Russia, China, and Iran targeting the U.S. presidential elections. Both Biden and Trump campaigns have been attacked.
Microsoft has disrupted six fake websites allegedly operated by Strontium, a group also calling itself Fancy Bear or APT28. The group is believed to be associated with the Russian government.
Yesterday, Google revealed a Windows 10 vulnerability just ten days after reporting it to Microsoft. Today, Microsoft responded, promising to patch the exploit next week on November 8.