South Korean APT uses five zero-day flaws to turn the tables on North Korea

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The group, linked to South Korea, used bugs in Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and the Windows Kernel to target North Koreans

An unidentified but sophisticated group of hackers used at least five zero-day vulnerabilities last year to target individuals inside North Korea or professionals working on DPRK-related issues. ...

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