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The first sign of an [[African Union headquarters hack (2020)|malicious cyber activity targeting the headquarters of the African Union in Addis Ababa]] was spotted in January 2020. The suspected actor is the "Bronze President", a hacker group allegedly residing in China. The perpetrators obtained data from the headquarters’ IT system. The data was only transmitted during work hours, which concealed it in the regular data stream. China distanced itself from the activity claiming the incident was supposed to damage Sino-African relations.
 
The first sign of an [[African Union headquarters hack (2020)|malicious cyber activity targeting the headquarters of the African Union in Addis Ababa]] was spotted in January 2020. The suspected actor is the "Bronze President", a hacker group allegedly residing in China. The perpetrators obtained data from the headquarters’ IT system. The data was only transmitted during work hours, which concealed it in the regular data stream. China distanced itself from the activity claiming the incident was supposed to damage Sino-African relations.
   

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