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North Korean hackers may be behind malware distributed by cryptocurrrency trading platform

A new macOS malware packaged by a cryptocurrency trading platform has been uncovered by security researchers. The malware is believed to be the work of notorious North Korean hacking group Lazarus. Security researcher Dinesh Devadoss tweeted their discovery of the malware yesterday. A detailed analysis of the malware...
A new macOS malware packaged by a cryptocurrency trading platform has been uncovered by security researchers. The malware is believed to be the work of notorious North Korean hacking group Lazarus. Security researcher Dinesh Devadoss tweeted their discovery of the malware yesterday. A detailed analysis of the malware can be read here. Another #Lazarus #macOS #trojan md5: 6588d262529dc372c400bef8478c2eechxxps://unioncrypto.vip/ Contains code: Loads Mach-O from memory and execute it / Writes to a file and execute it@patrickwardle @thomasareed pic.twitter.com/Mpru8FHELi — Dinesh_Devadoss (@dineshdina04) December 3, 2019 The malware masquerades as a cryptocurrency arbitrage platform, a service typically used to take advantage of price… This story continues at The Next Web
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