By ET Bureau - February 17, 2020 1 Mins Read
US Cyber Command, the Department of Homeland Security, and the FBI have jointly exposed a new North Korean hacking operation.
They have published security advisories that offer details regarding six new malware families that are currently being used by North Korean hackers. The malware is being distributed via a North Korean phishing campaign. The samples point to cyber-espionage activities carried out by Hidden Cobra, which officials have previously associated with the North Korean government. As per Cyberscoop, US officials have sent private security alerts to the private sector before urging companies to look into the current threat.
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