A group of security researchers has discovered $20.5 million worth of stolen cyberware from the U.N. Office of Nuclear Energy (ONE), an agency responsible for developing nuclear power plants.
The trojan has been nicknamed “Trojan 1.”
According to a statement from the researchers, the malware, which was first discovered in August, allowed for remote compromise of the project equipment and was also used to compromise the network and databases of ONE.
The researchers also said the malware was used to steal credentials from other ONE employees and gain access to data from ONE projects and networks.
The malware has been dubbed “Troban 1.”
The hackers claimed responsibility for the malware on social media, and the malware appeared to be the work of a group calling itself “Energetic Bear.”
“The Energetic Bears attack on the United States Department of Justice and other federal agencies was the result of a sophisticated campaign to steal the passwords and credentials of U,S.
government officials, including federal prosecutors, to gain access and access to sensitive and sensitive information,” said an ONE statement.
The statement also noted that the attack was “not a cyber attack against anyone.”
The statement continued, “Our investigation indicates that the malicious activity targeted the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (OEER) network and its associated servers and databases, and that the Energiants attacks included the use of a SQL injection vulnerability to bypass several authentication and authorization mechanisms used by ONE.”
According the statement, “the attack did not compromise the EERGIANT systems.
However, our investigation indicates the attackers gained unauthorized access to ONE network servers, which enabled them to steal personal information and credentials from ONES employees.”
According a statement by the Office for Civil Rights of the United Nations, the Department of Defense (DoD) and U.K. government “were targeted by the Energys Trojan.”
In a statement, DoD said it is “committed to protecting our critical infrastructure and is investigating the impact on the DoD and the United Kingdom.”
The U. S. National Security Agency (NSA) said the attacks were carried out by “a cybercriminal team working in conjunction with another cybercriminal group.”
The NSA said the cyberattacks occurred “without authorization or coordination from any element of the DoE or the UK government.”
The attacks targeted ONE systems “from July 2015 to March 2017, and affected both the UASI (United States Agency for System and Environment) and the UAP (United State Advanced Procurement Programs) platforms.”
The United Kingdom also said that the cyberattack targeted “U.K.-based personnel.”
The Office for National Statistics said that ONE data was “lost or stolen by the cybercriminal and that data has been recovered.”
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said that a “large-scale cybercriminal operation” was being conducted “by an international criminal syndicate.”
The New York Times said that hackers stole “an enormous amount of sensitive data” from ONe.
According to the Times, the “massive intrusion and subsequent denial-of-service attack” was launched by a “national intelligence service” using “a massive number of computers” from around the world.
The New Yorker reported that “the hackers also stole about $4.8 million from ONes systems, including sensitive documents and computer equipment.”
The Times added that the hackers also used the stolen data to “steal credit card numbers and passwords from customers.”
The government said that all of the data that was stolen “was stored in secure, isolated data centers.”
In March, the US Department of Agriculture’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) said in a statement that it “was not aware of any breach at the Office’s systems.”
According TOA, ONe is working with federal and state law enforcement to identify, investigate and prosecute the cybercrime.
The Department said that while there is “no evidence” that the ONe’s network was compromised, the agency “will be making an assessment of how the cyberthreat impacted ONE’s ability to protect its critical infrastructure.”
According, the U S Government “has no knowledge of any threat to ONe systems.
ONE is committed to protecting the security of ONe networks, infrastructure, data and other critical infrastructure assets, and to maintaining an appropriate level of cybersecurity within ONe.”