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Suspected North Korean hackers target universities using Chrome extension
Pyongyang's hackers have expanded their targeted base, according to ASERT, the threat intelligence group of Netscout’s Arbor Networks.
Why you shouldn't be afraid of nation-state hackers
There's ample evidence of hacker “B-teams” amongst even the most sophisticated nation-state groups and you shouldn't be afraid of them.
Symantec researchers dissect North Korean malware used in ATM attacks
The Lazarus Group's hacking scheme has triggered simultaneous withdrawals from ATMs in 23 countries this year alone.
Securiosity: Brazen behavior everywhere
Be it China, North Korea or the U.S., the hackers have been brazen this week (or really just outright dumb). We talk to Todd Weller of Bandura Systems about next-gen firewalls, how attackers are also learning to leverage AI and machine learning, and the changing cyber conversation in the C-suite.
FBI to private industry: Attribution won’t deter North Korean hacking
North Korean hacking “will continue unabated, regardless of the U.S. government public attribution" the FBI said in an alert obtained by CyberScoop.
FireEye unmasks a new North Korean threat group
APT38 is bent on financing the North Korean regime, responsible for millions of dollars in bank heists, according to FireEye.