Kaspersky: North Korean hackers getting more careful, targeted in financial hacks
Lazarus Group is tweaking some of its malware, delivery mechanisms, and payloads to evade detection.
Antivirus companies, anti-abuse nonprofits join forces to combat stalkerware
More cybersecurity companies are taking the software seriously, even though the apps are not typically flagged as malicious.
Shadow Brokers data dump tipped researchers off to a mysterious APT dubbed DarkUniverse
The group is tied to an APT that has targeted Chinese minorities, Kaspersky said.
North Korea is using front companies to steal cryptocurrency
North Korean government-backed hackers known by the name of Lazarus Group are back at it.
How Uzbekistan's security service (allegedly) began developing its own malware
The ex-Soviet state’s hackers appear to be shedding their training wheels. Researchers suggest they're making a lot of noise in the process.
U.S. Cyber Command warns of North Korea-linked Lazarus Group malware
It's the second time in as many months Cyber Command has added malware details to VirusTotal.