Lazarus pivots to Linux attacks through Dacls Trojan

    Date17 Dec 2019
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
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    Posted ByBrittany Day
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    Lazarus, an advanced persistent threat (APT) group, has expanded its reach with the development and use of a Trojan designed to attack Linux systems. Learn more:

     The APT, suspected to hail from North Korea, has previously been connected to global cyberattacks and malware outbreaks including the infamous WannaCry rampage, the $80 million Bangladeshi bank heist, and a new campaign impacting financial institutions worldwide. 

    Recent reports suggest that Lazarus has become a customer of Trickbot, a criminal enterprise that is offering the state-sponsored threat actors access to infected systems alongside a collection of hacking tools. 

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