• FBI warns over fresh malware from North Korea

    7 days ago - By Tech Radar

    The FBI and Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency have released new information on North Korean malware in the form of six new and updated Malware Analysis Reports. The US agencies released these MARs in order to provide organizations with detailed malware analysis information which was acquired by manually reverse engineering malware samples. At the same time, the reports were also issued to help network defenders detect and reduce exposure to malicious activity by the North Korean government which the US government refers to as HIDDEN COBRA. The CISA recommends that all users and...
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  • US government exposes malware used in North Korean-sponsored hacking ops

    US government exposes malware used in North Korean-sponsored hacking ops

    7 days ago - By Ars Technica

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    The US Pentagon, the FBI, and the Department of Homeland Security on Friday exposed a North Korean hacking operation and provided technical details for seven pieces of malware used in the campaign.
    The US Cyber National Mission Force, an arm of the Pentagon's US Cyber Command, said on Twitter that the malware is “currently used for phishing & remote access by cyber actors to conduct illegal activity, steal funds & evade sanctions.” The tweet linked to a post on VirusTotal , the Alphabet-owned malware repository, that provided cryptographic hashes, file names, and other technical...
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