Security Newsletter
30 Oct 2023
Lazarus hackers breached dev repeatedly to deploy SIGNBT malware
The North Korean Lazarus hacking group repeatedly compromised a software vendor using flaws in vulnerable software despite multiple patches and warnings being made available by the developer.
The fact that Lazarus breached the same victim multiple times indicates that the hackers aimed to steal source code or attempt a supply chain attack.
"This recurring breach suggested a persistent and determined threat actor with the likely objective of stealing valuable source code or tampering with the software supply chain, and they continued to exploit vulnerabilities in the company's software while targeting other software makers," explains Kaspersky.
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