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Malware campaigns hit North Korea following nuclear ICBM tests

Researchers have stitched together two sophisticated malware campaigns that are targeting North Korea, raising suspicion over counteractions tied to the country’s aggressive weapons testing. Cybersecurity researchers from Cylance released a report Tuesday asserting that Konni, a recently discovered but long active family of remote access trojans, was used in a malware campaign targeting North Korea shortly after a July 3 missile test. It marks the fifth known Konni campaign in three years and the third in 2017.

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