Naked Security Live – HAFNIUM explained in plain English

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The word “Hafnium” can refer [a] to a gang currently involved in a bunch of attacks, [b] to the exploits they’re using at the moment, and [c] to the malware they are deploying after they get in.

Lots of things to think about – we run you through them all:

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