US prosecutors expected to accuse North Korea over Bangladesh Bank cyber attack

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Finger of blame for Bangladesh Bank cyber attack expected to be pointed at group directly accountable to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un
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Finger of blame for Bangladesh Bank cyber attack expected to be pointed at group directly accountable to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un

Trail of attempted theft of almost $1bn from Bangladesh's central bank leads back to North Korea via Chinese middlemen, believe investigators

Federal prosecutors in the US are expected to implicate the North Korean government in last year's attempt to steal almost $1bn from Bangladesh Bank, the central bank of Bangladesh. The investigators...

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