North Korean-linked hacking group Lazarus believed to be behind AppleJeus Mac malware

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Group behind the attacks on Sony Pictures over The Interview now linked with new Mac malware
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Group behind the attacks on Sony Pictures over The Interview now linked with new Mac malware

Attack on cryptocurrency exchange platform in Asia by North Korea's Lazarus Group used new Mac malware

The North Korean-linked Lazarus Group is behind the AppleJeus Mac malware used in an attack on an Asian cryptocurrency exchange.  Lazarus became widely known in 2014 when it hacked Sony Pictures...

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