The information contained on this page is the result of analytic efforts of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to provide technical details on the tactics, techniques, and procedures used by Chinese government cyber threat actors. These threat actors are actively exploiting trust relationships between information technology (IT) service providers—such as managed service providers and cloud service providers—and their customers. The intent of sharing this information is to enable network defenders to identify and reduce exposure to Chinese malicious cyber activity. However, mitigation for this activity can be complex and there is no single solution that will fully alleviate all aspects of the threat actor activity.
At this time, all known victims of this activity have been notified by CISA and/or the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). However, because there may be additional victims not yet identified, CISA recommends all IT service providers and their customers follow the recommendations, tools, and actions described in this page and in Alerts TA17-117A and TA18-276A, referenced below. Organizations and individuals that determine their risk to be elevated—either because they are in one of the targeted sectors, or because unusual activity is detected—should conduct a dedicated investigation to identify if any of this malicious activity is in their networks.
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