Security vendor Radware has warned that a DDoS extortionist group calling itself Fancy Lazarus is mounting a campaign.
Researchers at the security firm McAfee claim to have found a new threat to companies dealing in the nuclear, defence, energy and financial sectors, which they have named Operation Sharpshooter. It works only on Windows.
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 bitcoin-stealing phishing campaign has been launched by the international cyber crime group Lazarus, the security firm McAfee claims. It is aimed at Windows machines.
A Russian cyber security firm claims it has found evidence that links the Lazarus Group to North Korea.
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