North Korean hackers target NK Pro readers with malicious websites, emails, docs
Kimsuky group aims to access subscriber content and gather intelligence with new phishing campaign, researchers find
Hackers linked to North Korea’s Kimsuky group are trying to steal login credentials from NK Pro subscribers and collect technical details that can be used in future cyberattacks, an investigation in partnership with cybersecurity firm SentinelLabs reveals.
The highly targeted phishing campaign likely represents a North Korean attempt to access reporting and data on the NK Pro website. According to SentinelLabs, gaining access to the platform would help North Korea better understand the level of information about the country that is available to the international community, as well as the conversations around it.
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