VHD ransomware is owned and operated by Lazarus group, researchers find

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The first reports of VHD ransomware had appeared in March this year

The North Korea-linked Lazarus APT group is behind the little-known VHD ransomware that was used in attacks earlier this year. That's according to the researchers from cyber security firm Kasper...

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