Microsoft seizes dozens of malicious domains used by North Korea-linked hacker group 'Thallium'

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Thallium is the fourth nation-state group that the software giant has taken action against in recent years

Microsoft has seized 50 web domains that were being used by North Korea-linked hacking group 'Thallium'. The company announced on Monday that a US District Court had given it permission it to lo...

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