North Korean hacking group Lazarus targeting bitcoin and point-of-sale infrastructure in dash for cash

Nicholas Fearn
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North Korea's Lazarus Group following the money, warns Proofpoint

Researchers at cyber security firm Proofpoint have found that North Korean cyber crooks are increasingly launching cyber attacks on individuals and corporations globally. These attackers, who wo...

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