In general, from what I read, China is ahead in the roll out and use of 5G compared to much of the West.
That moderate confidence may be aimed more at increasing sales of McAfee's products than who should be on the naughty step.
Security vendor McAfee has detected an attack it believes was likely aimed at telecoms companies in the hope of stealing information related to 5G networks. McAfee has named the attack “Operation Diànxùn” and says it resembles past attacks perpetrated by groups named RedDelta and Mustang Panda. Both groups have been associated …
It definitely has the feel of a blind guess 'Thing A happened then Thing B happened so they're probably linked' type statement
"Stock markets fall on tsunami warning in South Pacific"
"UK population reaches new record following pub smoking ban"
"PS5 launch sees drop in knife crime"
Entire lifelong bullshitting careers are built on this one template.
Certainly not if you check the link before clicking on it and know who it is you work with.
I also imagine that the sender name is spoofed and that there are a number of ways to detect that the mail is not legit rather than seeing a logo that looks familiar and deciding to blindly trust the mail content.
For Pete's sake, how is it that people are still falling for crap like this after decades of mail spam ?
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