Information related to cyber activities relating to the DPRK
State Department says North Korean, Chinese, Russian and Iranian cyber threat has increased since 2019
APT37 deployed malicious macros in a move that goes beyond a popular South Korean office suite, new report says
Lazarus Group uses range of malware against pharma industry and governments, but expert warns strategies may shift
Artificial intelligence has the potential to augment North Korea’s cyber and even nuclear weapons capabilities
Attackers impersonate reporters at Voice Of America to lure DPRK experts with legal documents out of Pyongyang
Lazarus Group reportedly used Tor network to hide tracks after highly persistent social engineering campaign
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said North Korea is more prolific than Russia about trying to get into American servers
North Korean mobile app games are becoming more original and more diverse, new Japanese report says
National Assembly lawmaker Ji Seong-ho’s office has received at least two phishing emails in the last month
Why linking cyber attacks to hacking groups and nation states is risky and often goes wrong
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