New Kimsuky Module Makes North Korean Spyware More Powerful

A week after the US government issued an advisory about a « global intelligence gathering mission » operated by North Korean state-sponsored hackers, new findings have emerged about the threat group’s spyware capabilities.
The APT — dubbed « Kimsuky » (aka Black Banshee or Thallium) and believed to be active as early as 2012 — has been now linked to as many as three hitherto undocumented malware,
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