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FireEye says a North Korean group has stolen hundreds of million$$$$$$ from banks
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FireEye says a North Korean group has stolen hundreds of million$$$$$$ from banks
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How North Korea's ever-bolder cyberattacks target banks

Quote:other cybersecurity experts tell The Associated Press that they also see continued signs that North Korea's authoritarian government, which has a long track record of criminality to raise cash, is conducting malign activity online. That activity includes targeting financial institutions and cryptocurrency-related organizations, as well as spying on its adversaries, despite the easing of tensions between Pyongyang and Washington.

"The reality is they're starved for cash and are continuing to try and generate revenue, at least until sanctions are diminished," said Adam Meyers, vice president of intelligence at CrowdStrike. "At the same time, they won't abate in intelligence collection operations, as they continue to negotiate and test the international community's resolve and test what the boundaries are."

CrowdStrike said it has detected continuing North Korean cyberintrusions in the past two months, including the use of a known malware against a potentially broad set of targets in South Korea, and a new variant of malware against users of mobile devices that use a Linux-based operating system.

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