In a riff on the “Field of Dreams” theme, Russian cybercriminals continue to court their Chinese counterparts in hopes of forming mutually beneficial avenues of collaboration and are finding the Chinese to be a tough date. The latest peek into this engagement of Russia-China “frenemies” comes to us from Cybersixgill and its The Bear and The Dragon analysis of the two communities.

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Russian cybercriminals motivated by money, Chinese by knowledge

The Cybersixgill findings have the two cybercriminal communities colliding and attempting to form what appears to be a “fledgling alliance.” This is a step above where the situation stood in November 2021, when Flashpoint Intelligence connected the dots between Chinese and Russian threat actors.

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