Researchers have attributed a new wave of Shamoon disk wiper attacks to Iranian hacking group APT33.
The attacks targeted several energy, telecoms and government organizations in the Middle East, often via suppliers in Europe. They include version 3 of Shamoon, a malware family first used in the infamous destructive attack on Saudi Aramco in 2012 which wiped over 30,000 machines.
By Phil Muncaster
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