Foreign media reported that hackers suspected of being supported by Russia and North Korea have regarded the manufacturing companies involved in the development of covid-19 vaccine as targets of attack. Currently, Microsoft has sent a notice to the affected companies, but refused to disclose the exact name. “We think these attacks are unreasonable and should be condemned by all civilized societies,” Tom Burt, head of customer security and trust at Microsoft, wrote on his blog. < / P > < p > it is reported that these attacks originated from three different hacker organizations, including strontium (also known as apt28 or fancy bear), which has an indescribable relationship with Russia. < / P > < p > the last big stir was the spread of false information and hacking during the 2016 US presidential election, and the group was also accused of a series of other high-profile attacks against the media and businesses. < / P > < p > the second hacker group, known by Microsoft as zinc (also known as Lazarus group), is suspected to have ties with North Korea and is good at obtaining password credentials of victims through phishing emails. The third hacker group is cerium, which has a relatively low reputation. Microsoft knew little about the suspected North Korean group, but accused it of using phishing emails disguised as who representatives to undermine the global effort to fight the covid-19 pandemic. < p > < p > Tom Burt called on leaders around the world to take up the legal weapon and participate in the protection of medical institutions. And, within the scope of permission, take sanctions against related cyber crime groups. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone