Threat from SolarWinds hack to S'pore far from over, warn experts

Some 18,000 SolarWinds customers that downloaded software updates between March and June 2020 were reportedly infected. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - A mad scramble to clean up IT systems ensued after a Russia-linked hacking exposed top government agencies in the United States and many Fortune 500 companies to data theft.

At the centre of the global frenzy: Austin, Texas-based IT management software firm SolarWinds.

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