Red Wolf is back to spy on commercial firms

Red Wolf is back to spy on commercial firms

Red Wolf, the hacker group that went off the radar in 2022, is back with its old tricks, leveraging classic phishing ploys to penetrate corporate infrastructures. Aiming to remain invisible as long as possible, the group breaks down its intrusion into stages to bypass conventional defenses
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