Information related to cyber activities relating to the DPRK
Findings suggest a single attacker or group is behind a spate of recent phishing attacks
Ghaleb Alaumary, who pled guilty to laundering funds from DPRK-linked online banking theft, received 11 years in prison
Danger not seen as particularly severe amid few North Korean provocations in recent years, expert tells NK News
Attackers use access to spread malware and lure DPRK experts on social media
NK Pro timeline charts the key events from August 1 to August 31
South Korean man denies charges that he and three others took orders from DPRK operatives
Antivirus apps failed to catch malware spread through DailyNK, showing security breaches are often hard to spot
Experts say North Korean malware spread to readers, contradicting DailyNK’s claim that public content was unaffected
Recurring connectivity issues end in broad disruption across North Korean internet servers
Cybersecurity firm links attack to North Korean group, with expert warning site still vulnerable to similar breaches
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