A Deep Dive Into Patchwork APT Group

The Patchwork APT group, also known as Dropping Elephant, Chinastrats, Monsoon, Sarit, Quilted Tiger, APT-C-09, and ZINC EMERSON, was first discovered in December 2015. This cyber espionage group targets multiple high-profile Diplomats and economists having foreign relations with China, using a custom set of attack tools. The attacks were generally made through spear phishing campaign or watering hole attacks. This group is suspected to be run by an India based threat actor targeting foreign embassies and diplomatic offices in Pakistan, Sri-Lanka, Uruguay, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Australia, and the U.S. At the beginning of 2018, researchers discovered that the Patchwork APT group was also operating spear phishing campaigns …

A Deep Dive Into Patchwork APT Group Read More »