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The massive SolarWinds supply-chain attack continues to invade networks. Here's the latest news on the breach, how the malware infiltrates systems and the IT industry response.

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FireEye releases new tool to fight SolarWinds hackers

The new tool, dubbed Azure AD Investigator, will help audit Microsoft 365 environments for techniques used by the nation-state actors behind the SolarWinds supply chain attack.

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    FireEye releases new tool to fight SolarWinds hackers

    The new tool, dubbed Azure AD Investigator, will help audit Microsoft 365 environments for techniques used by the nation-state actors behind the SolarWinds supply chain attack.

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    Malwarebytes breached by SolarWinds hackers

    Malwarebytes, which is not a SolarWinds customer, confirmed that nation-state actors used an entirely different vector to breach the antimalware vendor and access internal emails.

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    FBI warns against vishing attacks targeting enterprises

    Though the FBI vishing warning references attacks that began in December 2019, the alert is reminiscent of the Twitter social engineering attacks that took place last July.

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