Working under a court order Microsoft seized control of 99 websites allegedly controlled by the Iranian hacker group APT 35.
Microsoft obtained clearance to take action against APT35 (aka Phosphorus, Charming Kitten, Ajax Security Team) by the U.S. District Court for Washington, D.C. after the company took legal action against the group. APT35 has been identified by the Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit and the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center as a threat actor since 2013 when the company began tracking the group.
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