North Korean Lazarus Group Targets Software Vendor Using Known Flaws

A recent effort in which an unidentified software provider was hacked by taking use of known security holes in another well-known program has been linked to the North Korea-aligned Lazarus Group.

According to Kaspersky, the assault sequences resulted in the threat actor using malware families including SIGNBT and LPEClient, a well-known hacking tool, for victim profiling and payload distribution.

Security researcher Seongsu Park stated, “The adversary demonstrated a high level of sophistication, employing sophisticated evasion techniques and introducing SIGNBT malware for victim control.” The attack was carried out by the SIGNBT malware, which used advanced techniques and a varied infection chain read more North Korean Lazarus Group Targets Software Vendor Using Known Flaws.

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