TP-Link routers are being targeted in recently identified Mustang Panda attacks.

Mustang Panda

Since January 2023, European foreign affairs entities have become the target of a series of advanced attacks, and these attacks have been attributed to the Chinese nation-state actor named Mustang Panda. Check Point researchers, Itay Cohen and Radoslaw Madej, have conducted an analysis of these intrusions, uncovering a specially crafted firmware implant exclusively created for TP-Link routers.


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