A new bill is reportedly set to unveil in South Korea that would bolster cybersecurity and go after North Korea’s stolen crypto bags.
North Korean state-sponsored hacking group Labrynth Chollima is behind last month’s JumpCloud breach, sources say.
Funds stolen in Lazarus attacks are reportedly used to help fund North Korea’s ambition of obtaining a nuclear warhead.
Israeli cybersecurity experts say the North Korean hackers posed as a supplier and used ‘unfamiliar tools’ to hack an unnamed crypto firm.
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