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Microsoft: Hackers linked to North Korea stole sensitive data

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Post by rocky on Tue 31 Dec 2019, 1:41 am

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Follow-up - Mawazine News
, Microsoft said on Monday that it had taken control of domains on the Internet that were used by an electronic hacking group called "Thallium" to steal information.
The company stated in a blog post that Thallium is believed to operate from within North Korea, and that hackers have targeted government employees, research institutions, university faculty, individuals working on nuclear non-proliferation issues, and others.
The company indicated that most of the targets are in the United States, Japan and South Korea.
Thallium deceived the victims by sending seemingly normal emails at first sight.
Microsoft indicated that it had taken control of 50 domains on the Internet that the group had used to manage its operations in the wake of a lawsuit filed with the group in a US District Court in Virginia and the issuance of a judicial order in it, according to "Reuters".
According to the company, Thallium used malicious software to penetrate systems and steal data, which is the fourth group against which Microsoft is taking legal action. End / 29 / s


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Post by rocky on Tue 31 Dec 2019, 2:24 am

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Microsoft Corporation announced that it had taken control of domains on the Internet, which was used by an electronic hacking group called "Thallium" to steal information from North Korea.
The company stated on its website that the Thallium group is believed to operate from inside North Korea, and that infiltrators targeted government employees, research institutions, university faculty members, individuals working on nuclear non-proliferation issues, and others.
"Most of the targets attacked by the pirate group are in the United States, Japan and South Korea," she added.
She noted, "The group used seemingly ordinary mined emails at first glance to deceive the victims."

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