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Threat actors linked to North Korea have been known to launch — in addition to espionage and destructive campaigns — financially-motivated attacks, including against cryptocurrency exchanges and banks. These profit-driven attacks are believed to have helped Pyongyang raise significant amounts of money. Sansec believes North Korean hackers, tracked by many as Lazarus and Hidden Cobra, […]

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The Clop ransomware group attacked biopharmaceutical company ExecuPharm and reportedly leaked some of the company’s compromised data on underground forums. ExecuPharm, a Pennsylvania-based subsidiary of the U.S. biopharmaceutical giant Parexel, provides clinical trial management tools for biopharmaceutical companies. According to a recent data breach notice, various ExecuPharm servers were hit in a ransomware attack on […]

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Microsoft on Tuesday announced it would offer free cybersecurity protection tools to health care, humanitarian and human rights groups around the world following a spike in attempted hacking attempts due to the coronavirus pandemic. The company will offer groups around the world free access to its AccountGuard threat notification program, which alerts users to malicious […]

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