Asustek says APT incident not as severe as reported
Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES

In response to recent media reports claiming that over one million Asustek notebooks were hit by advanced persistent threat (APT) attacks, Asustek has said that after conducting an investigation and consulting with a third-party cybersecurity firm,...

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