Source: SC Magazine
25 Jul 2018

The Russian DragonFly APT group, which last year broke into air-gapped networks run by U.S. electric utilities in a likely ongoing campaign that victimized hundreds, accessed the providers’ control rooms where they could have caused blackouts and other damage.

The group, which also goes by Energetic Bear, used phishing and waterhole attacks to gain access to supplier networks, nick credentials and then access the utilities, the Wall Street Journal cited Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as confirming.

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