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US Says North Korea Has 6,000 Hackers: Many in Belarus, China, India, Malaysia, Russia

North Korea allegedly has about 6,000 hackers, many of whom operate abroad, according to a recent report published by the U.S. Army. The infamous Lazarus Group, thought to be linked to a number of cryptocurrency exchange hacks, is among them. North Korea’s Bureau 121 The U.S. Army recently published a document entitled “North Korean Tactics.” The 332-page “Army Training Publication (ATP) 7-100.2,” dated July 24, describes “North Korean tactics for use in Army training, professional education, and leader development.” A section of the document discusses “computer warfare,” which it says consists of “attacks focusing specifically on computer systems, networks, or…

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Hackers From North Korea Use Altcoins To Convert $1.5B In Stolen Funds

Hackers from North Korea are using altcoins that are untraceable in order to convert stolen cryptocurrencies into cash equaling more than $1.5 billion in stolen funds as we are reading more in the upcoming altcoin news. The hackers from North Korea are suspected to be using untraceable alternative cryptocurrencies to convert funds into cash. The news reports from NK News, which is an unpublished United Nations Panel of Experts report shows that the North-Korean hackers have stolen more than $1.5 billion in crypto and that they were converting a portion of the amount into cash. The hackers transacted funds using…

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