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The so-called “spearphishing” attempt appears to have been delivered on October 25, but initial activity was observed by Secureworks researchers dating back to 2016.
The researchers said in a statement they believe the efforts to steal credentials are still on-going.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The surging price of cryptocurrencies in global markets is catching the eye not just of ordinary retail investors but a cybercrime gang with links to the North Korean government, according to cyber researchers tracing the group’s activities.
The Lazarus cybercrime group is mounting an ongoing scheme to steal the online credentials of bitcoin industry insiders, a report published by researchers at U. cyber security firm Secureworks’s Counter Threat Unit (CTU) said on Friday.
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This malware shares technical links with former campaigns staged by the mysterious cybercrime group Lazarus, which Secureworks has labeled “Nickel Academy”.