North Korean hackers suspected of creating accounts posing as NK News reporters
Security firm links suspicious profile to DPRK, investigation reveals more accounts likely set up for phishing attacks
In an apparent attempt to trick professionals focused on the Korean conflict, hackers linked to the DPRK are suspected of setting up social media accounts claiming to belong to NK News reporters and other organizations in the field.
South Korean firm ESTsecurity on Wednesday told NK News that a group suspected to work on behalf of the DPRK had set up a Facebook profile claiming to belong to an “NK News journalist” named Vincent Jin.
An investigation by NK News found two Twitter accounts using the same name and profile picture used for the suspected
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