In a recent development, South Korea’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) has identified 38 Korean-language news websites suspected of being operated by Chinese companies. The NIS revealed that two Chinese public relations firms were implicated in creating fake websites, posing as members of the Korea Digital News Association. The fake websites
South Korean Intelligence Agency Reveals Cybersecurity Breach Amidst Concerns In a startling revelation, South Korea’s intelligence agency, the National Intelligence Service (NIS), has exposed a major cybersecurity breach involving a North Korean state-sponsored hacking group known as Kimsuky. The group allegedly infiltrated a private email account belonging to an employee
In the ever-evolving world of cybersecurity, staying informed about the activities of threat actor groups is crucial. Red Alert, a reputable cybersecurity firm, recently released its monthly threat actor group report for July 2023, shedding light on the activities of various hacking groups worldwide. Here, we summarize key findings from
A series of targeted cyber-attacks that plagued South Korean former minister-level officials over the past year has been traced back to North Korean hacking group “Kimsuky,” the National Police Agency (NPA) revealed. The cyber espionage, primarily executed through phishing emails, led to a significant breach of personal information of these
South Korea’s government delivered a stern message to Kimsuky, a North Korean hacking group, when it imposed fresh sanctions on Friday. The notorious group, known for its role in providing technology used in North Korea’s recent failed satellite launch, operates under the umbrella of the North Korean military intelligence agency.