Researchers dig further into ‘Lazarus’ cyber attacks

Cyber security

The hackers behind the 'Lazarus' group appear to be operating a "fairly sophisticated" mechanism for targeting banks and regulators, as well as attempting to throw investigators off the scent.

The latest findings of the team of researchers at BAE Systems, presented in a blog post on February 20, shed further light on the group's recent efforts to ensnare banks by placing traps on regulators' websites – so-called watering-hole attacks.

"Their watering-hole mechanism is fairly sophisticated –

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