A sophisticated nation-state framework that was discovered by Kaspersky Lab in the western autumn of 2018 has only one known victim to date — a diplomatic entity in Central Asia — leading to the suspicion that it may be an American-backed threat actor that Kaspersky Lab wants to avoid profiling in detail.
The Lazarus group, an advanced persistent threat actor that is claimed to have North Korean links, has broken into a number of banks and cryptocurrency exchanges and fintech companies over the last few months, the security firm Kaspersky Lab claims.
A newly discovered threat actor or advanced persistent threat, that is targeting government and private sector organisations in the Middle East, is using NSA exploits leaked by the Shadow Brokers in April last year as part of its arsenal of threats, the security firm Symantec claims.
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